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The Breckenridge news: May 31, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916053101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 31, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XL ARNOLD'S RESTAURANT THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1916. The Ladies' Reading Club HENDERSON Beautifnlly Entertained by Mrs. J. B. Randall. Last Thursday marked the closing meeting of the igiR and 1916 session of the Reading Club; also the closing of the 20th j ear of this successful nnd interesting club. The club was organized and maintained purely along social lines, while magazines, history and fiction by best standard authors have been read. Last Thursday was an afternoon of poetry nnd n number of original poems were read; also humorous, relig ions and temperance poems by various authors A greeting from the first president, Mrs. S S Watkins, of Owensboro, was sent to the club ami read by Mrs. Randall and was very much appreciated by those present. Mrs. I'rank I'ayne nnd Mrs. Jas. Skillmau assisted Mrs Randall in entertaining. Ices, strawberries and delicious cakes were served. The members and invited guests present were: Mesdamcs V. II. Ilowmer, A. R. I'isher, J. T. Skillmau, R. I,. Oelze, II. C. Tate, V. Mattiugly, S I'. Conrad, I.. T. Reid, David I'helps, V. C. Moorman, J. I) llabbage, 1'. Payne, J. 11. Randall, L. McGavock, V. C English, Shelby Conrad, Win. Ilowmer, of Louisville; Chas May, II V Duncan, I'rank White, A. 11. Skillmau, If C 1'erry, I', L. Lightfoot, I? M. Smith, K H Miller, B. C. McDonald, A. N. Couch; Misses Klizabeth Skillmau and Kate Oglesby. Paes No. 48 ROUTE CASE. THE CONVENTION OE KENTUCKY DEMOCRATS YOUNG GIRL DROWNS NEAR BURNSJO GROUND Fire Ham-ma- n JINS ROME SUNDAY Early Sunday Morning. Discovered by Chas. and Allen Black. ORIGIN OF FIRE Brooks Wright is Not Entitled to Harmonious. When Motor Boat Capsizes Stanley-Jame- s Recover Damages From the Mother and Brother Rescued List of Candidates Named H. & St. L. For Injuries L., Funeral Held Monday Without Opposition at Lex Received. ington. The Democratic State Convention was called to order by Judge S. W. Hagcr, of Owensboro, at t o'clock, The Court of Appeals, on May Hi. Wednesday, May 24, in the Woodlawn III16, reversed the ease of Louisville, Park auditorium at Lexington. Tne Henderson & St. Louis Railway Com hall was tilled to Its capacity with panyvs. Brooks Wright, and in doing delegates from every one of the iCO so held that Wright is not entitled to legislative districts in Kentucky. recover anv sum from the railroad com Prominent Democrats were cheered pany for the injuries lie claims to have as they entered the auditorium. The received April Ul, lyl4. ptogram of Governor Stanley and Mr. Wright was a fireman employed Hinted States Senator James was carAmong ried out in all its details by the railroad company. The con other thing It was his duty to go to ventiun adopted resolutions endorsing the engine an hour before it was due to the state and federal administrations, leave Louisville and see that it was in made minor changes in party laws and proper condition to make the run. On elected the Stanley James list of the occasion mentioned he went to the for tho various places to be engine near the L. & X. round house, lilted. Louisville, and claims that some one Delegates to St Louis. left an extra clinker hook on top of the At Large Senator Olhe M. James, of tender, and left open the man-hol- e Senator J. C. W. Beckham, Governor the tender, and that in going over the A. O. Stanley, J. N. Camtender his foot struck the extra clinker den, Mayor Huschemeyer, ot Louisville, hook and he fell on his back with his J. B. McCrcary, Judge feet in the man-hol- e and seriously in- Alllo M Young and Lieut. Gov. James jured bis tack, which injury he claimed D. Black. resulted in the total paralysis of his First District J. R. Lemon and left leg. I'res Atwood. The case was tried in the Meade CirSecond District B. G. Wilton and cuit Court nt its January, 1915, term G. 15. Lilly. in. a verdict for plaintiff and Third District George McKlwaine for From this verdict the rail- and Basil Richardson. company appealed, and the Court road Fourth District II. S. McElroy and of Appeals in deciding the case said: Ilowan Holbrook. "It makes no difference as to how he Filth District-- J. I. Whallen. W. O. (Wright) was injured, or as to tlie man- Head, 15. J. McDertnutt and L ner in which he fell, or what caused Atherton. him to fall It was the duty of Sixth District L. J. Diskln and J. T. the plaintiff to see that the engine and Scott tender were properly tquipped, not only Seventh District George Speer and witli coal and water, but also with R T Crowe ve are connecessary tools. Kighth District W. W. oje and vinced from the testimony that if there IUirris Anderson. was an unnecessary and surplus clinker Ninth District C L. Wood and C. hook upon any part of the tender, it I) Grubbs. was his duty to discover and remove H, Tenth District F. T. Hitchcr and for it is through just such employees as B. I' Wooten he that the master performs the duty Eleventh District K. C. Ford, J W. of making the train reasonably safe for Collyer, W. E Woodrow and S. B. the purpose of making the trip. Dishnan. There is still another reason why the motion mado by the defendant for perBuilding Concrete Slop Tub. emptory instruction should have been sustained, it being that under the facts Col IJ. L. Robertson, of Glen Dean, disclosed by this record the risk was us is building a concrete tank for taking sumed by the plaintiff. The doctrine care of distillery slop for feeding hogs. of assumed risk is, that the servant as- Mr. Robertson willfeed hogs and furnish sumes the ordinary risks of dingers slop to his neighbors for feeding purgrowing out of and which are usually poses (juite a number of farmers are incident to the work for whicli he is feeding slop in our county and are re employed." porting good results. CASE TRIED IN MEADE COUNTY csn-didat- UNKNOWN. Tho restaurant and confectionery of W. L Arnold, situated at the cast crd ot the Clover C'reek bridge, burned to the cround early Sunday morning. The fire vva9 first discovered by Mr. Chas. latnmnn, who made thu lolloping statement: "The fire at Arnold's confectionery Saturday night was discovered by I had a call Allen Black and myself. -- to meet train No. 145. due at U:!5l p m. to receive the corpse of Frank Jones, We left the store at 11:4'-- '; colored. saw what wo at first thought was a fog fti an just as we drove on the bridge, Instant we smclled smoke and when we reached the center of the bridge we saw the fire through tho side window In the rear room. I broke in the front door and called tho exchange over the telephone Mr. Black turned and drove back over the creek, giving the alarm and getting a chemical lire extinguisher from my store. As soon as got this I went to the rear and found the rear door standing open some ton or twelve inches and same was on lire. I started the extinguisher to work, but the fire had too much start and the hose on extinguisher bursted, which was against it doing much good. The tire broke out all along the rear end at the roof about tho time I started the ex tingulsher and I know that I could not control the fire, but used charge of There was no water or buckets used, as the fire was under so much headway before people arrived. When I broke the front door in, I could hear pieces falling on tho floor of the rear room." There had been no (Ire in the house since early Saturday morning, which was In the oven, it being heated by gas, therefore, the origin of the fire Is unknown. Most of the furnishings In the main room were saved, but nothiug in the kitchen and pantry were gotten out. Mr. Arnold had just recently pur chased the stock from Mr. Felix Beavln and was doing nicely The building belonged to Mr. Ernest Pop-haMr. Arnold and Mr. Popham both carried insurance. 1 Stephensport, Muv as. (Special ) Our town was thrown itito excitemet.t Sumlii afternoon when thu newt, rtaehtd here that the motor boat be lotiKluK to J. S. Richardson, of MnK-nelud., had capsized and the occu pants were supposed to be drowu-- d However, after a heroic strue.Kle .Mr. Richardson succeeded in saving .Mrs. Strnhl, ami her son, but her sixteen-yea- r old daughter,' Mi.'s Mary Strahl, was drowned. ' The accident occurred on the Indiana side a little above Rome. They wererunnintf along at moderate speed when tile boat struck a log ami -t, &AKiKS POWDER Absolutely Pure Hade from Cream of Tartar NO ALUM-- NO PHOSPHATE Large Shipments Made by W. R. Moorman & Son. W. It. Moorman & Son, of Glen Dean, recently shipped thoroughbred's to the following: Three heifers to Griel Bros., Montgomery, Ala ; one heifer to J. J. Daniels, Brandon, Miss.; one bull and two heifers to W. II. Uwiug, Brandon, Miss.; one bull and ono heifer to Jule W. l'ark, Loch Lomond, La.; three poland china gilts to Bay Village Live Stock Co , at Ark., and one boar and eight gilts to I''. J. Hancock, Greenville, Ala. Ilar-rUfcur- g, turned over throwing the occupants out and not giviug them time to don life preservers. Mr. Richardson did evtry thing in hi: power to save the little girl but to no avail. The body was recovered within an hour after the accident. The remains were taken to Rome to await the coroner's inquest. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon with interment in tile Stephenson graveyard. 15, HARDIN WILSON BIES IK LOUISVILLE Thursday, May 25. at Her Home on Third Street. Husband and Six Children Survive. INTERMENT IN CAVE Sample of Good Wheat. Will Howard is not only a good tobacco grower but from the sample of wheat be sent to 11 I Heard k Co., lie is some wheal grower as well. The sample was syi feet high, 17 stalks grown from one grain of wheat Kvery stalk has a head ami every marsh three grains of wheat. It is the bearded variety, and the beards stick out about two inches. This shows what can be done 011 Ilreckenridge county soil if the man knows how and is willing to aid it by his work. .Mr. Howard certainly needs to be congratulated. HILL I. Spends Three Weeks Visiting in Webster. Mrs Susan Shelly Prout has returned to her houie in Louisville, after spending three weeks w.th Miss Essie Kendall at Webster. Mrs. Liura Wilson, wife of Hardin Wilson, foimerly of died at her hoire in Louiiviile Tnursday, May at the age of sixty fWe years. Mrs. Wilson was born July , IS5I, in Grayson coonty. She a member of the lliptist church at t ie age of twenty In 187) she was marncd to Hardin Wilson, of the same vicinity. The funeral services were conducted from tho residence, i."l., South Tnlrd, Friday nt,Sp m , l.y Dr. Ilolmison. of the Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville. Interment in Cave Hill 1 nci-ame Plenty of Corn and Hogs. Robert French, of Stephensport, went to Louisville Monday. Mr. French lias 3 000 bushels of corn on hand, and was looking for hogs to feed it to. He has 100 head ready to ship out. cemetery. Besides her husband she is survived children, Olla Wilson, of Fordsvllle, .Mrs. Loyctte Edwards, Mrs. T. Bert Wilson and W. W. Wilson, of Louisville, M.' S. Wilson, of Borden, lud., and B. 15. Wilson, of Glen Dean. by six Carter Brothers Buy Burke Confectionery. Mr. J. Appointed Claim Attorney. Washington. May Id. I9IO. Mr. V. G. Babb.ige, Attorney at Law, Cloverport, Ky. Sir: Having complied with the regulations established by the Secretary of the Interior, pursuant to an act of Congress approved July I, 1834, you will be recognized from this date as an attorney for claims before this department and the bureaus thereof, under the provisions of said act. Bv direction of the Secretary. K. J. Ayers, Chief Clerk. Buys Lillard Farm. Mr. A. M. Harrel, who is connected with the L., H. & St. L Ry. Co., has recently purchased irom Mr Frank I5ng!ish, tho old "Barney Lillard" farm situated on the river below this city for $1,600 en-- h The tract contains 375 acres, and has been in the possession of the Lillard family for many years It is Mr. Harrel's intention to improve the property In many ways, and make it a valuable farming addition to this section. Watlington-Simmons. who has had cl.arge of the oakery and confectionery on Ships Cattle and Hogs. Main street, has leased the property to A. T. Beard, of Hardlnsburg, shipT. A. and Kloyd Carter, who will here ped threo loads ot hogs and cattle and after be in charge of the business sold 11,000 pounds of wool last week. J Burke, a: BADLY WOUNDED Re- manyJjoy Birthday Dinner Given in Honor of Mr. 'lip II WfT reliable fThis old value. This Free Was John Allen When He Paint Book ceived the Contents of a Shotgun at the Hands of Jim Gordy, Charlie Fisher's at His Sixty-Si- x Near Vanzant. A shooting scrape occurred last week near Vanziut between John Allen and Jim Gordy in which Allen was badly woundeu. The quarrel began over hauling of wood from new ground. Allen ,was at work when Gordy him carrying a shotgun. Gordy is alleged to have began curs "Homes and How to Faint Them1' Will be very helpful to you and your Painter Contains beautiful illustrations of attractively homes, shows floor plans, gives specifications Eainted select the right colors, also information for painting roofs, barns, buggies, wagons, implements, refinishing woodwork and floors, decorating walls. This valuable Paint Booklet tells all about the merits of Mastic PaimT "'Tha Kind That Lasts' paint protecta and beautifies your property and It is juat Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and enhances its Linseed Oil. in the correct proportions! which make it the best Genuine and most economical paint to use. iug and abusing Alleu, whereupon Allen started to leave the field and was shot in the back and side and in one arm. Mr. Allen is in a serious condition and is under the care of a physician. Gordy was taken to Hardlnsburg and placed in jail to await the outcome of Allen's wounds. Distinguished Honor. Vic Robertson Is in Columbia, Mo., this week acting as one of the judges in the Commencement Horse Show being held in that city. This is a high-clas- s horse show, and some of the finest horses in the country are there. It is a distinguished honor given one of our county men to be called to act in the capacity of a judge at this fair. There's A Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose Pee Gee Creo-Sta- in and Wagon and Implement Paint, Pee Gee Adamant Floor Paint, and other popular Pee Gee Paints and Varnishes. for Shingle Roofs, Pee Ceo Carriage His Sixty-fourt- h Birthday. A.sk For Free Color Cards 'rvingtOll Hardinsburg Pharmacy Moorman was sixty four last Saturday. He was celebrating the day eating strawberries and cream served by the ladies of Glen Dean, Jesse A. Hardlnsburg, (Special.) Miss May Harry Hoard, an operator who Watllngton, the eldest daughter of Near Rockvale. has been in Florida for several years, is Mr. and Mrs. Nat Watllngton. audMr. back home on a visit witli his wife. He Will Simmons, of Irvington. surprised, Charllo Fisher, of near Kockvale, was called to do extra work at Irvington. their friends by going to Louisville last Wednesday morning and being was glveu a birthday dinner Sunday, Harry is delighted to be at home. married in the parlor of the WilUrd May 21, it being his sixty-sixt- h birthHotel. Rev. Rogers, a pastor in Louday. Mr. Fisher has been married Improvements Over County. isville, performed the ceremony in the forty one years and has seven chilpresence of the following friends: Mr. dren. Warren Dieckmnii is At Stephensport and Mrs. Clove Brock and Miss KlizaThose partaking of the dinner were: building a new residence C. A. Tiuius beth Boseley, of Louisville; Mesdames Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moorman, Mr., and has his new storehouse under roof and Glenn Band and Lon Crowley, of IrvMrs Frank Dean, 151 i Dean, James furnishing inside. R. A. Sliellmau's ington; Miss Alta St. Clair, of WebDean, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dellaven, new drug store is about completed, and ster, and Mrs. James Watlington, of W. A. Harl, John Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. will be ready for occupancy in a few Illinois. Mr and Mrs. John Hoskius, Mr. and days, Dutschkc's mill is rapidly being Miss Watllngton has been a teacher Mrs. ICrtiest Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. The frame work is up and In completed. the county for several years and for Win. Robertson and baby, Mr. and siding being put on. It will be ready the last three years has taught the Mrs. Fisher Moorman, 1511 Fisher, of some time in June. third and fourth grades 111 the graded Kockvale, Mrs. Nannie Rogers and At Hardinsburg Hook's garage and school here. She also owns a store children and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith, Walker's bakery are under way and side near her home in Park Addition. of Fordsvllle. walls going up fast. These buildings Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will reside will be ready for use about July 1. on a farm uear Irvington just over the A Busy Shop. Cloverport llrowu's brick Meado county line. They have hosts The busiest shop in town now is the business house is going up rapidly, and of friends, who are extending Cloverport lloat and Machine Shop. The will be finished ubout July 1. wood shop, machine shop and blackAt Mystic Davis' storehouse is resmith shop are all running over time ceiving a new coat of paint and otherDies in Malissa, Texas. building boats and barges and repairing wise being beautified. A new ferry boat for the old boats Irvington, May 29. (Special.) L. K. "Dixie l!ee Line" was launched last Henderson received a telegram Monday Henry Overton Dead. week, and the cabin and machinery are announcing the death of Mrs, Malissa being installed. A contract for a new Vanzant. Henry Overton, of this, Hodges at Malissa, Texas, on Sunday, boat for Capt. Thompson to run between city, died Sunday, May 31, and was May 28. She was in her seventieth year, Wolf Creek and Troy, I ml., was placed buried the following day at the Daltou and well known in this community. last' week, This shop employs about grave yard. twenty people and is a big thing for this Ship Carload of Hogs. city. Caniielton Vs. Tell City. Birthday Home Home On a Vacation. old-tim- e two-stor- The Drug Stores That Save y" M"ev Pharmacy Glen Moorman, Frank Dean and T. Hubert L. Ilruuer, of Union Star, was at Caniielton Sunday acting as umpire V, Robertson, of Glen Dean, shipped a We wish to thank the many people Mrs, II M. Heard shipped last week in a baseball game between Cnuiieltoti carload of hogs to Louisville last week. who kindly assisted us during our loss eighteen frying chickens and got a and Tell City, Caniielton won the game They Kt f 9.4 and a 5 cent premium for W, L. Arnold & Son. average of 215 pounds. by lire. check in return for S1O.0S net proceeds. by a score of 12 to 4. Card of Thanks. Good Prices For Springers. FUNSTON ASKS MORE SOLDIERS THOUSANDS GAIN SUBMARINE OIL LINES. HARDINSBURG. "Debt Is a sin. To decline to pay or seek to avoid an honest debt Is wicked No principle Is blearer In the Hlble than the one: 'Owe no man anything.' " How the Walls of Vara Cruz Ars T GREAHENEFIIS Object Lesson Gained by Trials ptd For Tank Staamera. fltuntcd near the port of Tuxpnin. For some distance from the shore thcro the Misses Marian and Catherine Klnche wntcr Is so shallow that few of tho Always Repays for Hardships. large oil steamers enii get Into port loe and Alice Hardin are the guests of Will Be Sent to Big Bend The oil companies hit upon the Idea of their nunt, Mrs. D. W. Scott, In Park laying submarine pipe lines to points land. OftenUxpcricncc is hard District, Texas. whore tho largest oil tankers enn bo Miss Rosa Lou Ditto arrived from times we pay dearly for experience, but conveniently moored for loading in Horse Cave last Wednesday to be the If even one great object is accomplished, any stnte of the tide nn.l weather. There nre now live of these great Iron guest of her mother, Mrs. Hnttle Ditto experience pays. MILITIA OBJECTS TO SERVICE pipe's lu duplicate. They arc from sis through the summer. Uuropc If the experience of Miss Alta St. Clair bus returned to will eventually establish real pence, the to eight Inches In diameter, nnd four nearly n mile long. They her home, near Webster, after being price of war will not have been too of them nre forty-threfeet of wntcr, the guest of relatives. terminate In Protest They Did Not Enlist For Bor- great where It Is so deep that tho waves der Duty Mexican Raiders Now Morris C. Kincheloe has gone to Lou of life ench In the .smaller planes liave no effect on them. When they Quicksilver Threaten Terllngua has some costly experience, were laid divers fastened to the end of Isvllle to enter the Spencerlan Husinets only to learn some great object lesson. each 120 feet of flexible hose. When University. Mines and Ranches In Vicinity. Disease often wastes years of some peo not In use the free end of the hose Is Kranklin Kincheloe motored to Louis -Mexican Kl Paso, Tex., May pie's lives They suffer years of ngony closed nnd allowed to lie on the bottom ville last Friday. raiders who visited the Pool ranch of the sea. where Its position Is marked (ames Watlington has returned to his nrar Pretddlo In the HIb Hond conn-try- , nnd torture, only to. be relieved by some by n small buoy nttached to the hose Although they remedy or treatm.-ntnome lu Illinois, after n .short visit to ot west Texns, arc reported eolith u stout chain. by have paid dearly to secure this informaof the TcrllnKtia qulcksllvor mines. When the tank steamers nrrlve they his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Wat- Tho people In the vicinity of Ter- tion, if they can relieve the sufferings of moor themselves to the ermnnent llngton. llngua arc much disturbed hy tho re- their fellows their experience 1ms not Hiiuys near by, lift the marked buoy Miss Louise Taylor has gone to Rus ported presence of tho raiders. The been in vain. with a derrick, rale the flexible hose stliville to attend the commencement TerlliiRiia mines, which are south of Tlie.e facts are being demonstrated to the deck of the ship nnd nttnch It to of Hethel College. Miss Eliza Marfa mid north ot Presidio, wero c cry day. On one side we hear of a the tank openings'. Hy means of a sigclosed two weeks ago, when Olen unman who, alter sintering ships notify t nvlor is onu of the graduates. Her untold nal rodo the captains of the rundmothcr, Mis. Eilza Taylor, ac SpriiiRS was raided, and all families ngouies from stomach trouble for fifteen the pumping station on shore. In which wero brought out, hut numerous are the valves that control the Mow of compjnied her. is relieved by Tanlac, the new re ranchers aro still at their homes In jeiirs, pipe line. Generally Mrs. Susan Squires has returned to constructive, while from another source oil through the tho district and fear Is felt for soma speaking. It takes about twenty-fou- r Cloverport after an extended visit to a prominent merchant testifies that after hours to load one of these. A. small guard of United of the large 15,000 .spending hundreds of dollars for medi- ton tankers, which means that the her .son, Geo, Squires, and Mrs. Tice States soldiers Is stationed at and there Is another small cine to relieve a severe case of chronic pipes delher I,:!"." barrels of oil an Hendrick. Dr. J. C. Tucker motored to town caUrrh, he was benefited immediately hour. Youth's Companion. guard at Presidio. fiom MeDaniels last Thursday. A troop ot tho Sixth United States by Tanlac. They have paid dearly to cavalry is now being rushed to tho accomplish that object Others who Russell Compton has returned fiom MEN WEAR COMBS. scone of tho reported hand of raid- hear of their experiences, mid how they WHERE Louisville where he went to have a ers, having dlsuntralned at Marfa for gained relief, will profit, however. In Ceylon They Mark the Native particle of steel removed from his eye tho march southwest. Other troops Thousands of men and women in all Male's Social Standing. Mr. Compton's friends are glad to hear of the regiment, which was drawn walks of life are daily acknowledging Ceylon is perhaps the only country In that it will not affect his sight. out of Mexico from the Pershing colfrom the world where men wear combs. It umn, hy General Funston, for this the benefits they have derived Mrs. John E, Kincheloe ws in Louis lllaiKa, Tanlac in cases of catarrhal alTcctious of Is the delight of the native males of tho ville shopping last week. duty, wore unloaded at Sierra low country to wear their hair twisted which has licon In fear of a raid at the mucous membranes, stomach, liver Donald Walker celebrated his elev and kidney troublds. They feel that Into a roll at the hack of the head, Valentine and at Marathon. with n horseshoe shaped tortoise shell enth birtnday last Saturday afternoon Uecause of Inability to get the mil- the) .should come forward publicly and comb at the top. The women, curiously Mrs. Marcella bheeran and son, itia In shape hurriedly for border tell their experiences with the spirit of enough, do not affect this ornament. duty General Funston has asked that helping some unfortunate who suffers as appears that one of the great am- Daniel, will visit her father In Illinois, It all coast fortifications on the Atlantic they did. bitious of the Cingalese man of humble and from there they will go to Seattle, and Pacific ho stripped of all men Wash., to remain a jear with her broth' com- - position Is to possess and wear a huge Tanlac has been found ideal in who cau lie spared that they may bo bating that tired, listless feeling that is comb of the finest luster and most per- - er. During thtir absence Mr. and Mrs. brought Immediately to the Ills Bend only the forerunner of more serious com-- ; maiiul'm'ture. and many Indicate Lonnie Mattingly will occupy Mrs. district. This Information was reAs a general tonic for half- -' nieir iig.ier s.k'.im s mus ny means or Slieeran's house. plications ceived by llrlgadler General Hell, I , , men and women, it nil . IIII'IIIIUIMII Ulllll ll.illn , lir it llilim'l M. H. Kincheloe and mother visited .. commandiii!; the border patrol at El sick, ti "ir iiiut iiumr ineir j;ins.sy .,,run, builds up the tissue, creates a keen npMr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, at Wood TIp flrtIf , l()rtl,sp sm,u Paso. Inakos The militia men have been protest- petite, promotes digestion, vitalizes the ti.so t.,n,,,s obtains his raw materials jmv, last week. not enlist for bor- blood, and brings back color to the from tin hawk bill turtle. The turtle ing that they did Mr. and Mrs. Jim Withers, of Kirk, to killed and Its carcass immediately der duty, and there is serious doubt cheeks anil sparkle to the eyes spent last Thursday in town with as to the effective service they would Tanlac, the great reconstructive tonic, Immeised in boiling water. The plates friends. render in such work. To send them is being especially introduced in Clover when separated from the bony part of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Heard, Miss into Mexico It would be necessary, jrt at Wedding's Drug Store, and in the aiilnml nre very irregular In form, military men say. for congress to Stepheiisport at Shellman's Drug Store, ltelng brittle, they require careful ma- Mary LaRue Heard and Miller Monarch nipulation, as a high motored to Cloverport Saturday and atpass a Hpecinl act empowering the where the Tanlac Men explain its merwhich would soften them, tended the boat show. president to call for volunteers. They its and the results that may be expected tnds to darken and cloud the shell. as United could then be enrolled Dr. H.J. Heard and Miss Lela Hills-maThey are therefore treated at as low a States volunteers and sent anywhere from its use of Livermore, were the guests of heat us Is possible for the work. might direct. the president Thirkness is obtained by softening Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Heard Monday. Pedro Saenz and Victorlano Ramos, BIG SPRING. several plates and then applying pres- From here they, with Miss Mary LaRuc the two Mexicans arrested here Frisure, when a union of the surfaces Beard, went to Lexington to utteud the day, who confessed to having led the takes place. Under heat the shell also commencement ot the State University. on the American troops in attack Mrs. C W. Taylor arrived last week Is molded Into various artificial forms. recently, were deported to Miss ludith Heard is one of the gradPairal to visit her sou, Dean Taylor, and Mrs Juarez by the Kl Paso officers and uates. Taylor for the summer placed under arrest in that city. A Mexican was brought here Satur Waterspouts. MKs Sue Net Miller arrived home A waterspout is n miniature tornado day from Leitchfiekl and lodged in "Chamberlain's Tablets Have Wednesday, alter a visit to her sister, originating in 11 strong upwnrd draft of jail. Mrs. Harve Jenkins, at Glendale nlr which occurs above the surface of Done Wonders for Me." Irvin Taylor has arrived from Louis Jeff Trent returned Thursday from n body of compiiratlvelv warm water. ville to spend the summer. I hav' been a sufferer from stomach ( Iwetisboro with a Ment. touring Its effect first becomes visible In a car. tro ihl for a number of yi .irs. ard al Miss Mary Hasham entertained a circular motion at the point of the Rev and Mrs Schuyler Shelly, of cloud to which It it . nub I have uf cd a zrtat ruinher of ascends. This be- number of hercchoul mates Saturday at Columbia, passed through last week, en comes n whirl, which condenses the her home in the country. r mtdu-- i recommended t. for this vapor at its center, causing the portion Chamberlain's Tablets is the route to High Plains to visit relatives. Dr. Allen L. Kincheloe nnd Miss Hill, fi' t Tiieilicine that has riven me pusl Prances Lyons and brother, Harve of the cloud there to droit downward of bianley, motored here Thursday and In the shape of a gigantic Jelly bag. At tivi- and relief," writes ..'rs. Andrew returned Wednesday from the same time the continuing upwnrd were the guests of Dr. A. M Kincheloe Y. l.leudale Ainu K.ulin. Sptncerpoit. . draft increases tiie rapidity of Its orig- - and family. ' li in tier la tn's Tablets have done Twin boys, Charles Warren and Rich-- Inal swirl and the condensed vaimr von.lei for oie ard I value them very ard Hancock, arrived at the home of Mr caught within it until the ascending La Grippe and Fever Cured. '' Obtainable everywhere. and Mrs. Dean Taylor Saturday morn- and descending masses Join to form tho watei spout. Necessarily by this pro-- I ing "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever cess the air beneath the spout Is rare-- I Tonic Dr. C It Witt went to Louisville cured my husband of LaGrippe CilbN'AULT. fled, nnd thus where Hie phenomenon and Fever after other remedies failed." Monday, returning Friday with an Oakoccurs at sea the water always seems land runabout. LULA C. ROACH, Driflon, Flu. to be sucked up into It. although this Is I a r uters arc very busy in this section Charlie Cl irkson was called to ('.leu-dal- not really the case to any considerable Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. ' triiig to get their com in. to be at the bedside of his wife, extent. U ill I'rymire, of Texas, came in to see who was very ill. Secret of Harmony. GLEN DEAN Ins children, who have been with his Mrs C II Witt spent Thursday at Pull together. This Is the real secret mother, Mrs. Kate I'rymire. for several Vine Grove with Mrs. II. Meyer mid of hiiinioiiy. There Is story a told of a moths. Miss Jennie Meer. man who had committed the care of Miss Rigsby, Statu Sunday Schoq Messrs H J. ami Richard Stallman Miss Louisa Ritchie, who was taken one of his teams to a faithful servant worker, passed through here Saturday went to Louisville last week with a nice to Louisville several weeks ago for an for years. At Inst one of the horses en loute to be r.t the District Convensickened and died. While the servaut lot of hogs. operation, returned home last Sunday was burying tin' faithful animal the tion at Sand Knob church on Sunday, 1!. S Ouite a number from Kentucky atClarksou and sister, Mrs. II other horse came across the field and She also spoke to both Sunday Schools tended Catholic church at Derby Sun- Kemper, were the week-enguests of stood by, watching the work as a silent here on Sunday night, which was very mourner. beneficial. day. relatives at Ivliabethtowii. The master said, "I believe Dick Nolle Ashley has received word that Thursday, June 8, at one o'clock, the J C llrodie spent Saturday with his loved Hilly." Henry, residing in Kansas, ladies will meet to spring clean the mother, Mrs. Zeri'da llrodie. Instantly the servant replied: "In his brother, Miss Hrtiiinc Warren is visiting friends Methodist church. cose he did. massn. Why, they pulled is ill of pneumonia fever. Wm. Ilensley came down from ami relatives in Louisville John .Morris surprised his little girls together nigh twenty years."-Chri- s-t la Herald. to visit his granddaughter, Mrs Dicx Stepheson and children, of last week witli a piano. Elnora Robertson, Saturday afternoon. Mrs J. II. Meador returned Wednes Stepheusport, spent a few days last week An Old Massachusetts Law. Miss Miduie Moorman, who has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I,. II. day from a short visit to her daughter, The general court of Massachusetts C Williams, at West Point. Mrs. T ISosley. Hay Colony, following tho example of iu school at Flizabethtown, returned Congratulations to 15. li. Hardaw.iy, of the DuglMi piiiiiainent. In 1CT.0 ennct-e- home Saturday. Mrs. J. II. Warren and daughter, a law that "anybody who Is found Mrs. Harper is visiting her daughter, Adelle, are in Louisville this week shop- l!ewie ville, who is to be married June observing by nbstlnence from labor, Mrs. Jesse Matthews, ping. 17 to Miss Foote. feasting or any other way liny such Mrs. J. T. Lewis has relumed after Miss liiuuia Miller left .May 17 for day as Christmas Dr. D. S. Sphire lias moved his residay shall pay for dence on Hickory Point near Mooley-vill- Waterloo, la., where she was married to every such olTen.se' T, shillings." This an extended visit here with her daughter. Mrs. H. IJ. Wilson. Jud Miller. law was repealed In KISl. Miss Floyd Hutler, of Leitchfield, Is Harve Audiew Lyons ami siJer, (radie I'rymire went to Louisville Getting Into Society. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Jones. Prances, returned home last week from Sunday with stock. "Guess I'll have to rig up n middle Hallard E. Wilson was vailed to his Nannie l.ee Gardner is visiting her Glendale. name." declared Flubdub. "I never In Louisville last Thursday on acMisses Milliner Scott and Sybil really had one. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gardner at but I gotta have on? home Itrowu; Messrs Stanley Ditto and Hob now." count of the death of mother. He reStepheusport. turned Saturday. "Why soV" Jack Roberts is in Louisville vikitiug Sanders, of Vine Grove spent Priday with Misses Maud ami Mary Kteanor "My wife Insists upon one to print on H. F. Mitchell, of Haskett, is visiting his cousin, Master Avinor Mnpes. her visiting cards." Louisville 'Courie- Ills daughter, Mrs C, A. Henuett. Scott. .Mrs. Richard Stallman and daughter, r-.! oui'iuil. Mrs. Jas, Dean returned home SaturMary Ruth, spent Sunday with her sisNo. 40 for the Blood day from Ullzubethtown, where she had ter, Mrs. Kay Vessels at Khodelia, Nature. been visiting her sister, Mrs. left" D. Expels scrofulous Humors from the "I Just adore nature. Don't you?" ' Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. blood, whlchcauses constipatiou, ma"Yes: In moderation, but one can't Owen. help feeling that nature was Intended For burns, laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimWclectic Oil. Miss Florls Whittlnghill, who has Thomas' Get it at Wedding's Drug for tho lower classes." Urowulug's been in Lexington at school, returned All ples, etc. scalds, cuti and emertcnclesi Magazine. Store on a guarantee to satisfy. druggists ssll It. --'5C and 50c. home Saturday. . task-masten e Tor-lingu- a, 1 run-dowu, j com-pa.n' 1 e g 11 d e. -- Mi; it j- - of the most productive oil wells In the Mtnle of Vera Cruz. Mexico, are A STORE FOR MEN This store is rendy with splendid assortment of Clothing, lints and Furnishings in styles and qualities that men of discornmcnt desire, and at prices that mean better than ordinary value for you, yet at tho same cost ns boforo. 11 In each article found hero, some special point of merit marks tho better than ordinary value that you will lind especially gratifying in tho tcrvicc it renders you. A STORE FOR BOYS Parents can bring their boys hero with tho absolute assurance of finding tho best values in boys' clothing. Wo select only tho longest wcuring, firmest woven fabrics possible to secure then wo have thoin carefully tailored by tho same workmen who make our men's clothes. This insures absolute satisfaction at each ptico. high-grad- o B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. VrI Dnnn 4rt iiavcii 1 uu uccn LApcbuny iu Cah1i oidi A Bank AccountBeen Trying To tvn-t-t4-irm U nir n ' N. ! 1 Save Enough to '"Make a Good Start" Any start is a good start; a small account is sufficient, if you wait for a large sum you may never start. Don't wait, begin now by depositing what you have. Your account small or large is solicited. Farmers Bank Hardinsburg, Ky. Not the Oldest Bank nor the gest Bank, but a Growing Bank. Big- - FOR SALE -- DUROCSi i Ten yearling Gilts, bred for Au- I 1 1 1 fall open Gilts, 3 yearl.ng Boars, Spring Pigs, either sex, pairs or trios mated up; no akin. If you want the big easy feeding kind these will suit vou gust and September farrow, 25 G. F. MAYSEY j HARDINSBURG, KY.. Route No. 2. t. NOT READY TO CONSIDER PEACE Entente Will Of Postal Savings to bo Accepted at tho Post Office. Depositor May Have Account Amounting to $1,000. ATTENTION No. 5. is really painful to see the large number IT of women one meets on the street who arc wearing hats that aro entirely unbecoming to them. Tho hats are in the height of style, no doubt, and would look perfectly stunning on women of different types, but on tho wearers they arc positivo Fight. War to a Finish, FARMERS! We have the most complete and best line of Implements this season we have ever had. Buckeye Cultivators, both riding and walking; Deering Binders, Rakes and flowers, Corn Planters, one and two row; Parry-Delkand Ames Buggies, Owens-bor- o Wagons. Also we have a complete line of Building Material, Plaster, Salt and Lime. Furniture, Carpets and Rugs, Paints, and all kinds of small Hardware. Our prices are right and goods guaranteed to please. Brown-Oliver H VIVIAN! ISSUES STATEMENT Answer Made to Berlin's Readiness to Talk Peace Consider Germany's Power to Be on the Wane Allies 8ee Victory. Washington, May 22. "The die Is cast. Germany must fight on to the bitter end and cannot escape retribution by useless appeals to neutrals for peace." This Is the answer of the entente allies to the steadily Increasing peace, talk which has reached official circles hero from Ilerlln. The allies' position, It Is explained, has been made perfectly clear to President Wilson, and this Is the prlmo reason why the president's efforts to act as mediator in the war have been confined to more or less academic utterances on the general subject of peace, instead of taking the form of a defi nite proposal to discuss the ending 'of the war. Both the president and Secretary of State Lansing have been informed confidentially from sources closo to the entente capitals, that peace proposals now are out of the question. The time is not ripe, it is explained, ad the time will not be ripe, until Germany's military dominance has been completely broken. The attitude of the entente, however, has been explained to the world by Vivianl, of the French cabinet, who, with the full sanction of all the entente governments, made a statement in Petrograd in which ho said that the allies stand solid for a "fight to a finish." that they Intend to break Germany's heavy sword, and that they are steadily forging Germany's chastisement. Diplomatic circles hero fully realize VMhe importance to bo attached to this official utterance, made through the French embassy in Petrograd. It is, in fact, the first statement from an authoritative souico, setting forth the entente reply to Germany's proposal to bring about the end of the struggle. Monsieur Vlvlanl's statement explains why Secretary Lansing is understood to believe that any proposal for mediation now would simply vitiate the position which the United States may logically hold when the 'time to discuss peace finally does arrive. The entente allies have translated Germany's peace pleas Into tho meaning that the Imperial government now sees the handwriting on the wall and is taking measures far in advance w w In an effort to end the war. Tho claims that they are dally grow-'jfln- g stronger in both armament and men. They claim that their campaign Blowly but surely breaking German)' b power by means of their additional resources, backed by tho control of the seas, Is now beginning to bear fruit. Information has been received showing that tho failure of this Bummer's crop in Germany would spell unprecedented disaster. Heroic efforts aro being made in Germany to deal with the food problem, which would be involved In this contingency but so far no solution Is. in sight. Tho German officials, who aro now devoting their time exclusively to offsetlne the affects of tho British blockade and providing food for fhe populace, have mado a number of mistakes with the result that growing hostile criticism has been aroused. Naturally no scrap of this information has escaped tho euteuto capitals. It explains why Great Britain is tightening tho blockade more and ' Larger postal saving deposits will now be accepted nt the iost office. This is made possible by an important amendment to the Postal Savings Act just approved by President Wilson. A postal savings depositor may have an account amounting to $ 1,000 upon which interest will be paid, formerly f5oo was the maximum amount he could have to his credit This enlargnment of postal savings facilities will be very gratifying to thousands of depositors who have already reached the old $i5oo limit and arc anxious to entrust more of their savings to Uncle Sam. Another feature of the amendment that will avoid further embarrassment to the public and to postal officials is doing away with the limit on the amount that could be accepted from a depositor monthly. Under the old law only $100 could be deposited in a calendar month The amendment abolishes this restriction. While the Postal Savings System has proved a signal success as is shown by the fact that more than depositors have eighty million dollars standing to their credit, because of the restrictions which have now been eliminated. Postmaster General Durleson and Third Assistant Postmaster General Dockery have been tireless in their efforts to secure a modification of the limitations and the new liberalizing legislation is particularly gratifying to them. n frights." The stylc, shapo and color of a hat must harmonize with the complexion, hciclit and build of the wearer; otherwise tho result is disappointing, no matter how fashionable tho hat may be. Tho short woman should avoid a hat that accentuates her shortness by its shape. The tall woman should sidestep the hat that would make her look excessively tall. And here arc a few pointers that should be memorized by every reader of these talks. It may save you the unpleasant experienco of buying a hat that is highly unbecoming to you. These facts were compiled by Chavreul, the greatest organic chemist of France in the nineteenth century, who mado a special study of color schemes for women's hats in connection with their complexions. To quote tho words of his book: "THE BLACK HAT WITH WHITE, PINK OR RED FEATHERS OR FLOWERS SUITS FAIR WOMEN ADMIRABLY. & er "Although it can be worn by brunettes, the effect is not so good. For these orange or yellow trimmings aro best. "THE WHITE HAT ONLY GOES WITH THE WHITE OR PINK COMPLEXION, WHILE THE DARK WOMAN WHO VENTURES TO WEAR A BLUE HAT MUST ABSOLUTELY TRIM IT IN ORANGE OR YELLOW. "If a pink hat bo worn it should be separated front the skin by the COME AIVO SEE & IMPLEMENT 8 hair or by white or, even better, by green trimmings. A brown skin does not go well with a violet hat unless separated not only by the hair, but also by yellow trimmings." MRS. SHREWD SHOPPER. Miss Beulah Pate left last Friday for the country, where she w'll be the guest of her father and sister. Alvin Simons and children, Cissell and Henry Mav, write thev expected to leave Denver Thursday, June and arrive In Cloverport Saturday for a At visit among relatives and friends. If ' Cloverport Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fowler, of Brandenburg, are the guests of Mr and Mrs. G. A. Wright. Owen Bates spent Saturday and Sunday in Cloverport. Miss Susie Neel is very poorly with appendecitis. The McQuady ball team has rented a ball ground from Hob Frank. Shelby Whoberry has rented a side room from Neel &. Purcelle, where he runs confectionery. Murray Laslie, or Sample, is here, the guest of relatives. morning The lightning Monday struck the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bates. CO.. x i CONVENTION HELD Irvington Sunday, May 21 Many Take Part in Program Dinner Served on Grounds. irvington, Kentucky Snlonrlirl Farm Cnr Solo! wjjiuiiuiu uo 111 ui wuiu 1 1 Ruth and Frank Lamb spent several days in Tobinsport last week at the home of their uncle. Henry Lamb. Mrs. Will Taul has gone to Jacksonville, III., to visit relatives. Mrs. Sam Wheatley is absent from home and is enjoying the strawberry season at the home of h- -r brother-ilaw, Len Wheatley, in the country. Mrs Harriett Muffett, of Free, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Allen n 1 Poisons Retained in the body causes rheumatism, scroiula, malaria, constipation, blood poison. Number 40 For The Blood expels poisons from the body and cures blood poison in its worst form. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of the late Dr. A. A. Simons are notified to present them, duly proven as required by law, to the undersigned k at its place of business in The of Cloverport, at Cloverport, Ky . on or before the first day of August, 1016. PAUL LEWIS, Executor ot the Estate of A. A. Simons, deceased. Breckin-ridge-Ban- The Fourth Magisterial District Sunday School Convention was held iu the Presbyterian church at Irvington, May 20, from 10:1s a. m until 4:15 p. m. The morning session was opened wijli devotional txersises by Rev T. J. Wade. Mr. J C. Crutcher, the preM dint, w.n absent on account of Illness of a relative, and Mr. T. B. Henderson, of Webster, presided. Miss Or. II secretary, was also absent, and Miss Editli Lewis was ask!il to act in end-ric- Acres on Hurdinsburg and Cloverport Pike five miles from Hardinsburg, known as the Ralph Walker farm. m IMPROVEMENTS : Three Room Box House, Two Stock Barns, One Tobacco Barn, Corn Crib, Chicken House, and well watered with springs and ponds. Seventy acres in grass, 20 icres in first growth timber. STEPHENSPORT. Mrs. A. B. Cashman and children were guests of relatives in Union Star BEECH FORK The farmers of this vicinity are through planting corn, and the recent rains afforded a good tobacco season which many took advantage of. Prayer meeting at Hardin's School Hijuse every Saturday night. Sunday School Sunday evening as 2:.'i0. Every body invited. Miss Alice Brickev anil W. H. Walker were married in the presence of immediate friends nt the home of the bride Sunday evening, May 7 Mrs. Plilnes Smiley, of West View, spent last week the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beatty Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis were the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beatty, Saturday and Suudav. Mr. and Mrs. James Mattingly were in town Tuesday. Mrs. Judith Pate is spending the summer with her son, Henry Pate, of Cloverport. James Mattingly was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Katherlne Mattingly, of Glen Dean, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Taul were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Beatty Sunday. Everett Pate and family have moved on the Duncan farm which was recently purchased by Ira Duncan. Mrs. Joy Beatty and son, Everett, have returned home after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Sarah Lyons, of Reynolds Station. Thursday and Friday. Miss Avis Hyde, of Hardin Grove, Ind., visited her sister, Mrs. Win. Gilbert, last week. Miss Daisy Morris is spending this week the guest of Miss Nannie Lee Gardner at Chenault. Mrs. Dale Davis, of Oklahoma, and Miss Lottie McClure, of Leitchfield, arrived Tuesday to visit Mrs. A. B. Cash, man and other friends. Mrs. Magcie Hall, of Webster, was the guest it Mr. and Sirs. C. A. Tinius last week. more. President Wilson cannot, however, make any definite proposal for peace now. It is explained, without making the United States appear in tho role of a protector of tho central powers, so far as tho entente allies aro concerned. was tho old way which was uncertain and unsafe. Farris' Colic Remedy does away with drenching is applied on the horse's tongue with a dropper which comes packed in each bottle. We Guarantee it. Get it today. Wedding's Drug Store. Our Grandfathers drenched horses for colic. That HILL ITEMS. Ask not for rosy paths to tread, A Symbol of Health. Or easy fights to win; Ask not to know what lies ahead, of Ancient Greece The Pythagorlans But bravely buckle in. ate simple food, practiced temperance Be rather proud to face what comer, Unmoved from day to day; and purity. As a bad ye they used the sound of drum, five pointed star which they retarded Press forward to thefray. And glory in the as a symbol of health. A red live Herald and Presbyterian. pointed star appears on each package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and still Miss Lilly McGavock spent last Tuesfulfils Its ancient mission as a symbol day with her sister, Mrs. Hilliary HarIf you are troubled with of health. indigestion, biliousness or constipa- din. Miss Kdith Pate has gone to Cory-dotion, cut a package of these tablets Ind., to spend the summer with from your druggist. You will be surprised at the quick relief which they her sister, Mrs. Homer. afford. Obtainable everywhere. Mrs. Jesse Miller is on the blck Hot. Garfield Burden and family spent Saturday and Sunday in Cunnelton at McQUADY, the home of Mr. Burden's brother. n, Medicine Vs. Food. Do not buy The home of Mr, and Mrs. Jim burned Saturday night, r Miss Mandy Moorman, of Vanzant, ' was the week-enguest of friends here. Mrs. Wm. Davis was the Sunday guest of Mrs. Hob Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ball and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ball near d something which you al ready have. You have food which you feed your horses, cattle and sheep, but when you want medicine, buy only medicine. That Is what you get in B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy. We sell it and guarantee it to be medicine. We tell you that It will tone up the entire system of your stock aud. aids Mr. McKInuey und Mrs. McKIuney digestion, thereby causing them to get with his grandson, Forest, of Tobins-por- t, all the food value out of the gralu spent Friday night with relatives that you feed them. Wedding's Drug Store. ; here. Mrs. Lucy Pate and Mrs. Hob Wilson Buys Lambs for Beard Bros. and children have gone to Beulah, Kansas, to spend several weeks with W. C. Pate purchased three car loads Mrs. James of lambs in this vicinity last week und Mrs. Pate's daughter, Brickey. shipped them to Beard Bros. her place. Rev Gen. A. Joplin, State Secretary, then gave an interesting address on Standards. He spoke of the Gold Star standard fo. which many counties are striving this jear, mid said that to reach it must li ive the following: Hold a County Convention where officers are elected Have are-poof every Sunday School in the county. Raise apportionment ny October, and have all these reports in trie State office by that time. Have twenty cradle rolls. Have ten home depart meats. Have ten organized adult Bible classes. Have five secondary department classes. Offerings fiom 5O per cent, of schools of the county. He urjjecl HrecKenridge to. get iu this class, and applied one of his mottoes: "Yon can do it, if ycu want to, had enough " Rev. R. E. Reevis then gave a talk on "The Sunday School anil Men," saying that he had two of the biggest subjects on the program. He .spoke of the different views of th? Sunday School's importance which many men now entertain to those formerly held by them aud said: "We country people can get to our churches if we really want to, even in had weather like we had last winter. Miss Eva Carrigan then gave a short talk on "The Value of Organization in the Teen Age." Rreferriug to some of the older boy 'sand girls' conferences held recently at different places. Roll call of Sunday Schools of the district showed 3!) delegates fiom six of the nine schoolj. Committees on Resolutions aud Nomination were then made and the of feriug was taken. This was iu charge of Mr. Joplin, who explained the needs of the work and added cost of materials. Result, VS,lO in cash aud pledges. Dinner was then served on the grounds during the recess. The afternoon session opened with devotlounl exercises by Rev. Reeves. Mr. W. D. Smith, county president, then announced the County Convention for June 10, afternoon anil evening.and day session June 17, mid urged that all districts be sure to send reports and delegates, und that more of the pastors attend. The subject ussigned him was "The Qualifications of a Sunday School Teacher,'' and he emphasized character and training. Mr. S. C. Do well gave a good address on "Inconsistent Excuses,'' und amoug other things, usked: "Where did we get the idea that a church member ought to have to be luvlted to Sunday School." Rev. T. J. Wade made a good address on the "Training of Teachers.'' rt For Price and Terms Call Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Hardinsburg, Ky. Special Premiums At Fair Tho preparation of tliu premium list of tho I5icekiiiridzo County Fuir to be hold July '2". 2C. ii", 'JS, 101C, is under way and tin- books will bo issued early in Juno. Those wish- premium for tho I'uir or wishing pnec ini to h'ivv in th" lulvertisinir paues of ihc book hould eoiniiiunioato Ivy. with with .1. 1'. O'KKILLKV, Secretary, Hitrdin-burjin the next ten clays. -r, f al i Seed Com from best Kar Corn we enulil find in Indiana last ywnr. Aho Johnsou Couptv White und Iowa Gold Mine Yellow at VI per bushel; five Also several fine 1'oland China Hoars and bushels at $1 75 per bushel Hoar I'ijjs ami one registered Gilt and luur nice Pigs. Farmers Interest! Hardinsburg, W. J. OWEN & SONS, Ky. .J ) DR. Office Hours: W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST .li'K';,, Mw':AZmltv Irwlo&lon. Ky. Miss Nora Drlscoll gave a short paper on "How to Increase Our Cradle Rolls," In which au occasional cradle roll day for tne whole Sunday School ivas rtc ommeuded, and emphasis was laid on the importance of this aj;e, as it leads to all of the future departments of the Sunday School anil church. The election of new officers resulted as follows: Mr. C. A. 1'enick, president; Mr. S. II. Payne, vice president; Miss Edith Lewis, secretary. Tho report of the Committee on Resolutions was read und upproved. Mr. Joplin had previously conducted an interesting roun'd table discussion in which some uncouraciuK reports from School-Daweie u'ven. 'Mr. Collins of the Children's Home Society, told something of their work, and the session was closed by a consecration service conducted by Mr. Joplin Rheumatism. If you are troubled with chronic or muscular rheumatism ulvo Chamberlain's Liniment a trial. The relief from pain which it affords Is alone worth many times Its cost. Obtainable everywhere. Tiih BktCKENRIDGE NEWS JitliN 110,000 MEN READY WAR'S COST PUT FOR BORDER DUTY Militia Already Galled Out Ex- - 0. SAGBAGC, Editor and 1'iiblislicr ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CL0VF.RP0..T, KY AT 45 BILLIONS WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1916 Two Years' Esiimate Does Not EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. ceeds 4,500 Men, HOW THE Include Property Loss, GREAT BRITAIN PAYS MOST Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Ohittiaries chained for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. STATES COMPARE was KENTUCKY CHILDREN'S HOME. There arc .no . longer poor house children in Kentucky. The pa.' i it l. fiinp of these pitublu creatures came witn tno ncivcnc oi uio jvcniuchi Children's Honiu Society. A splendid report has been presented t the Governor of the State by the Children's Homo Society. brietly reviews the history of tho organization. . About nine teen years niro the Society entered upon the system for the care o dependent children, which it has since developed and enlarged Starting with a small rented house on East Broadway in Louisville the Kentucky Children's Home Society has sought to develop anf increase its property holdings as tho work itself grew, until now i buildings makes up tho headquarters and receiving group of home of the Society. The seven buildings occupy an cntiro blocl During tho past seventeei and are connected with play grounds. years more than 4,000 children and adults have been assisted by tin of the Magi-trat"Society through it aid department. along with tho support of th' in each county was enlisted, County Judge, and this tremendous assistance, lias grown until toda practically every Magistrate in tho State is 'ah active earnest agent o) tho Society. There are about 15,000 mc'ri and women enrolled w members and devoting their host energies to this work in hand. . . Doubtful If Mora Than 75 Par Cant Ara Prepared For Active Duty In Mexico May Call California, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Loulalana Militia Next. - Leada In Expenditure, but on a Pro Rata Baaia Franco Haada All Belligerents Each Inhabitant Mutt Pay 30 Cents a Day Coat to Individual Germane la 22 Centa a Day, burnt hy kept his e$erL llf fcQ . Mji Wgg JMC(Ul kX X Schemes. He ..... tri Thi-repo- The natlonul guard organizations of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, tho first state troops to be called Into ac tive service as a result of the Mexican situation, total more than 4.500 officers and men of all arms. It is believed that If other troops aro called the next probably will be thoso of California, Oklahoma, Louisiana and The hostilities In Europe will have gone on two years should the war continue to Aug. 1. Attempts to gauge Its burden to all the powers involved have resulted In a calculation that, if It Is still In progress on tho second anniversary, the direct cost of tho strugglo will have been In excess of $15,000,000,-000. cs Arkansas. The total number of mobile militia troops available for service Is estimat ed at between 100,000 and 110,000. It Is doubtful If more than 75 per cent of these nrc prepared for the hard duty. According to tho 1013 report of tho division of militia affairs of the war department, tho following mobile or ganizations, with the total strength In each state, Is about 112,000 men: Alabama. Tlireo batteries of field ar tillery, three regiments of company sltmnl troops, 82! Arizona. Ono regiment of Arkansas. Two regiments 1.C09. Infantry, one men. infantry, 06. of infantry. Notice the renewal blanks wo have sent to subscribers. Look at the yellow label on your paper and see when your subscription expires. The renewal sent in before its expiration is always appreci. ated and you are suro to get your paper next time. Brcckenridgo count' people arc beginning to look forward t( the county fair. They are beginning to talk it up and all will join heartily in working for its success, and will make an earnest cirort t make this tho he.- county fair ever hold in Brcckenridgo. -t California. One wiuadron of cavalry, one battery of tleld artillery, one company signal troops, three regiments of Infantry, 3,HH. company slgnnl troops, two batteries of one squadron of cavalry and two regiments of Infantry, 1.C37. company signal One Connecticut. troops, one battery Held artillery, two troops of cavalry, two regiments and one separate company of Infantry, 2,77a. Delaware. One regiment of Infantry, 4KX District of Columbia. One company signal troops, one battery of field artil lery, two regiments and one separate battalion of Infantry, 1,901. Florida. Two regiments of Infantry, field artillery, 1,330. Colorado. One company engineers, one I I Georgia. Five troops of cavalry, three batteries of Held artillery, and three regiments and one separate battalion of Infantry, 2.700. Idaho. One regiment of Infantry, 340. Illinois. Ono regiment of cavalry, three batteries of field artillery, ono company Happiness is a roadside Ho wer growing on the highway of use engineers, ono company signal troops and eight regiments of Infantry, G.715. fulness. Indiana. Ono company signal troops, three batteries of field artillery and three regiments and one separato company of On Monday morning don't be looking for Saturday Infantry, 2.C07. Iowa. Ono battery of field artillery and shop is up and will soon be closed in. four regiments of Infantry, 3,002. Boosting the County Fair. Kansas. One battery of field artillery The big boiler is being utilized for and two regiments and two separate comThere is no question nun in the power for several machines on the panies of Infantry, 1.S12, e minHs of the promoters of the Kentucky. Three regiments of Infantry, yards. The pillows for the round County Kalr that tne coming house are about al! In and ready for Louisiana. Three batteries of field arfair will ho one of the liest ever held. frame work. Concrete founda- tillery, ono troop of cavalry and ono regiare t.ikiutr hold of the the Advertisers 1,000. tions for the machine shop are being ment of Infantry, Maine Ono icglment of Infantry, 1.S8. catalog, which will be one of the put down and work along all lines is Maryland. One troop of cavalry nnd highest ever issueil. livorybody seems three being pushed rapidly. One ,'thlng pany regiments and cne separate comto be interested and are lending their of Infantry, 1,951. about the rebuilding of these shops is Massachusetts. Three batteries of field help and inlluence to make the fair a they are being built ou scientific artillery, one company signal troops, four success. The community spirit pre- that regiments and troops of plans and when completed will be up two cadet cavalryof and six G.721. corps Infantry, vails nil over the county and this is Michigan. Ono company of engineers, to date in every particular. what it takes to Imild a fair. Those one company signal troops, two troops of who want space in the catalog shuuld cavalry, two batteries of Held artillery and send in their cop prompt y to the R. E. Kennedy Accepts Position. three regiments of Infantry, Minnesota. Six batteries of field nrtll-ler- y Ureckenriilge News olliie. .Merchants and tlireo regiments of Infantry, 3,180. Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kennedy, of Five separate battalions of and live stuck dealers should lie up Infantry, 1.3US. returned from Somerset. Ky , Missouri. Three batteries of field artilresented. Monday. Mr. Kennedy has ae.'ep'.id lery, one company of signal troops, ane Work at the Shops. cavalry and five regiments of Ina position with the L. E. llryant Lum- troop ofI.Ol'J. fantry. slu-plie is proresslrg ber iV Coal Co.. Itohert.i, Tenn, Work at the Montana. Two battalions and two separate companies of Infantry, 721. line. Ttv fi.nm wmk Ur tne wood will lie manager ana bookkeeper. Nebraska. One company signal troops and two regiments of Infantry, i;520. New Hampshire. One battery of field artillery, one company signal troops, one troop of cavalry and ono regiment of Infantry. 1,33. New Jersey. Two batteries of field artillery, ono squadron of cavalry, one company signal (roups and five regiments of Infantry, 4,237. New Mexico. Ono battery of field artillery and one regiment of Infantry, DOS. New York. One corps of engineers, two companies of signal troops, two regiments of field artillery, one regiment nnd one squadron of cavalry and thirteen regiments of Infantry, about 12,000. North Carolina. Two troops of cavalry and three regiments of Infantry, 2,393. North Dakota. Ono regiment of Infantry, 729. Ohio. One company of engineers, two Nonpartisan Appeal to the Nation companies signal troops, four troops of cavalry, three batteries of field artillery, The milt Uouit seven regiments nnd four separate battalIVaihingttn, April 21, 1916 ions of Infantry, 5,717. To the 'Bunnell Mm of America.' Oklahoma. One company of engineers, ono company signal troops, two troops of BESPEAK your cordial in the patricavalry und one regiment of infantry, otic service undertaken by the engineers and chem1,211. ists of this country under the direction of the IndusOregon.-O- ne battery of field nrtillery, ono troop of cavalry mid ono regiment of trial Preparedness Commiltee of the Naval Consulting Infantry, 1,022. Board of the United States. reunsylvanla. Two conianles of engiThe confidential industrial inventory you are asked to neers, one company signal troops, four batteries of field nrtillery, ono regiment of supply is intended for the exclusive benefit of the War and cavalry and twelve regiments and one Navy Departments and will be used in organizing the indusseparate battalion of Infantry. 10,325. Hhode Island. Three troops of cavalry trial resources for the public service in national delense. and one battery of field artillery, 275. At niy request the American Society of Civil Engineers, South Carolina. Three regiments of inthe American institute of Mining Engineers, the American fantry. 1.S30. South Dakota. One regiment and four Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of separato companies of infantry, 1,019. Electrical Engineers and the American Chemical Society are Tennessee. Ono tioop of cavalry, one gratuitously assisting the Naval Consulting Board in the woik of regiment, two separato battalions und two separate companies of Infnntry, 1,703. collecting this data, and 1 confidently ask your earnest support Texan. One squadron of cavalry, one in the interest of the people and government of the United battery of field artillery and three regiments of Infantry, 2,950. States. Faithfully yours, Utah. Ono battery of field artillery, one troop of cavalry and five companies of Infantry, COO. Vermont. Four troops of cavalry and one regiment of Infantry, 77G. Virginia. Three batteries of field artilCOMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS OF THE lery, one company signal troops nnd three NAVAL CONSULTING UOAKO OF THE UNITED STATES regiments and one separate battalion of in cO'Oprrttion with Infantry, 2,713. TU Amrncan Society cl CvJ Hniotfii 1iw American Society U Mhaa!cl Cngintru Washington. One troop of cavalry, one 1 U AaiefkCAA Irutiluk d Mining i jiginwi 7h Aroriictn I intitule U IJecUittl Engineer company signal troops and one regiment 16 AurricAa QinULl Sucirtv 1 Writ 39lh Suect. New York LeAnrems Suctcbei UuiUug of Infantry, 1,234. West Virginia. Two regiments of Infantry. 1.700. Wisconsin. One troop of cavalry, one battery of field artillery and three regiments of Infantry, 3.095. AdtvrtUemeat designed by the ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING CLUBS OF TOT Wyoming, Two battalions of infantry, WOULD and published by this newspaper free. 198. Contentment in old age is deserved by him alone who has" no lost faith in what is good, his preserving strength of will and his for active employment. niht. IJreck-enridy- ' s I tBusiness t t w A tor and 'Patriotism wI I s&ot The total military expenditure in the first year was approximately $17,- j 500,000,000. In the second year it will have been $28,000,000,000. These figures represent simply the expenditures for carrying on the hostilities. They do not allow for the destruction of cities, railways, ships, fac-torles, warehouses, bridges, roads or agricultural values. Neither do they ' allow for the economic loss through the killing and maiming of men, the loss of production In occupied territories, the decrease in stocks of food, metal and other materials, the derangement of he machinery of distribution or the mat nt nntiotniia Thnv mnnaurn In a common term an expenditure of capital which to the governments concerned will in the end be translated for the most part Into permanent additions to their national debts. Some Startling Comparisons. If the war eosts $45,000,000,000 it will represent a sum three times greater than the entire capitalization of tho railways of the United States and four times greater than the total deposits of all our national banks. It will represent a sum six times greater than that expended In tho civil war. It will represent forty times the amount of the iresent national debt of the United Srntes. 120 times the cost of the Panama canal, 500 times the amount of the nuiiunl American gold output Direct cost of the Fniueo-rnissinwar in 1870-7was $2,500,000,000 nnd of the Ssouth African war $1,250,000,000. The aggregate amount named for a nil two yearn' warfare Is believed to he well within the actual total. Dr. Knrl IlellTerlch, Germany's finance minister, has named precisely that amount, $45,000,000,000. ns an outside figure of the war cost to only March 31. Great Britain's expenditures aro now In the neighborhood of $25,000,000 a day. The dully average was $14,000,-00n yeur ago. France Is spending $18,000,000 n dny, according to the latent estimate of Alexandre Itibot. Last yeur France spent $8,000,000 daily. HiishIii, which a year ago spent an amount eipuil to that of France, is now spending $15,50O,(MX dally, according to Plerru Hark. These dally war expenditures of the entente allies make a total of $5S.5f)0,O0O. Central Pcwers' Expenditures. Germany's present daily war cosf Is $:fi,(iOO.OOO. ou the authority of Dr. IleHTerich. That of Austria-HungarTurkey nnd itulgnrhi combined, on the sumo authority. ! $ 10.1)00,000. Tile aggregate for the central nllles Is thereAltogether the cost fore $27,500,000. of strife to nil of the belligerents Is approximately $811,000,000. It Is estimated that In spite of the present relative position of the nations us regards war cost the direct cost to the chief nutlous of the central alliance has beeii only a little short of that of Great Britain, whose aggregate up to tho present time has surpassed that of any other single belligerent. Great Britain's expenditure has Increased gradually. Germany's was large from the first, because of extensive campaigns ou two fronts and because of the superior number of Individual enemy nations. Great Britain has lent funds on an extensive svalo for the purohaso of military supplies to Ilusslu, France, Italy, Belgium and certain neutral countries. France has made advances to Itusslti, Belgium, Servla nnd neutrals. Germany has extended credits to Austria-HungarTurkey and Bulgaria. Advances, or loans, by the strong powers to the weaker belligerents und to neutrals have amounted to $1,500,000,000. Figures from English sources Indicate that Itussla In this maimer has received $1,125,000,000, Italy $(!73.000,000. Belgium and Servla $87C.O00.O0O. Turkey aud Bulgaria have received perhaps $700,0CO,000. Prorated over the eutlro population, tho direct war cost has meant tnoru to Francs than to any other belligerent England is second on tho list, Germany third and Itussla, becauso of its vast population, nearly last Iteduecd to u per diem basis, the war has co:it France 30 cents dally for each Inhabitant of the republic. It hns cost England 23 cents ii day for each Inhabitant Germany 22 cents nnd Itussla 0 cents- I I n 1 0 you know, young man, that most gamblers DIE Dou you know that any scheme is a "gamble" and money that comes easy, GOES easy? The vine that grows up over night Is'easlly blown down while the sturdy oak which grows slowlybut surely, withstands the storms. Plant a little moneyJn the bank and watch the balance to yourlcredlt grow. . Do POOR? "Get-Rlch-Qulc- k" Put YOUR money In OUR bank jn J Total Resources Including Trust Investments J600.00O.O0 S Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. "J.' THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG IS TRUST, CO 2HARDlNSBURQ,f,KY. NOTICE jS jfij To Carpenters, Contractors and Parties going to build. We are prepared to fill your wants in the gj various kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL at ?gj prices'that will meet your approval. Write us for prices on anything you need fij B FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Jj Manager TRY AWANTADTODAY m We are Packing Coupons That Are Worth Money To You in each 24 and 48-ISacks of any grade of our flour. This is a Profit-sharin- g offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or ask your grocer about it. b. LEWISPORT MILL CO., : Lewisport, Ky. RREDUCEDA Account of the Races at Louisville The Round-Tri- p Fares From Cloverport are as Follows: Fura Still Coatlyv Mustache, nine inches from tip to tip, that Kentucky man spent twenty years In growing, was burned off in explosion, and he is suing company for $500 for the daniago to his beauty. $3.25 Tickets to be Sold May 20, 27, 30 Ji dim june inL m luin i Tickets will bo limited to 3rd day following date of Bale. I Ota Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY. V. Mike Tucker, of Paducah, Is the guest of liis parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Nathaniel E THE TOWN SLOUCH Now for the warm dajs, the good old summer time, the days for By ELLIS M. CLARKE. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Oillvcr Lewis left WedHELD AUEWISPORT V n . ( n Una nft1ln nf ill fl.! Pttn. t . nesday for their new home nt Lafayf as second clasi matter. Ind. ette, Ben Mattingly, of Irvington, is at May 23 to 26. Representatives THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN home this week repairing hit father'iJ ADVERTISING DY THE residence. From Many Cities of the DisJohn E. Barbee, of Stephensport, To Meet at trict Present. spent Sunday here the guest of Mr. rind GENERAL OFFICES Mrs. U. W. Payne. Centertown One Year Hence. kip-i-ii i lie TV w r s Hliu vnivnuw lunn a tin t A j" Dr. B. H. Parrlsh and Mrs. Parrish iNlull.liU IN ALL. 1Mb rmrtuirHU uinta spent the week end at Tobinsport the OUR PREACHERS LICENSED. guests oi relatives. ATEJ FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Rev. Paul S. Powell and C. W. Moor The annual District Conference of man attended District uonierence at 2.60 For Precinct and city Offices the Owensboro District, M. K Church, .ewlsport last week. $6.00 South, met last week, May 2.1 20, in For County Offices Miss Maude Hambletonnnd brothers, the hospitable little city of Lewlsport 16.00 For State and District Offices.. 10 Clarence and Warfield, visited relatives Representatives were present from For Calls, per line at Tobinsport Sunday. 1 nearly all the 27 pastoral charges of For Cards, per line Mrs. L. L. Ramp, of Kansas City, the district. The Cloverport church For All Publications in the inter-estTMo., is the guest of her parents, Mr. was represented by C. W. Moorman, expression individuals or 10 and Mrs. J. C. Jarboe. John D. Babbage and Rev. Paul S. When She's Cranked Up Cy Cawklns ol individual views per line Goes 'Till She' Run Down. Lud Moorman, of Vanzant, was the Powell. The conference opened with a lec guest of his son, Myron Moorman and on Train Schedule collector of bills who was grouKli Mrs. Moorman last week. ture by Rev. B. F Atkinson, of Cen- Demanded th payment of stough, Ilut th' debtor was rough L. R'y. Miss Esther Meador, of Custer, went tral City, ou "To Jerusalem and Back." An' made a ble blougli. H. & The to Louisville Friday. She will enter Sermons were preached by Dr. J. K. And th' creditor left In a deuce of a hougli. Savage, of Owensboro, Rev. L K. school at Bowling Grden. Effective September 19, 1915. of May, of Calhoun, and Rev. B. W. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mattingly, A man may have a wife too tuuny Some inspiring Stephensport, were week end guests of Napier, of Hartford. EA8T BOUND n not be a bigamist. varimessages were delivered by the jjijjj A. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Connell. No. 142 will leavn Cloverport jj A. M. ArrlTlnB IrTlnfftnn ous pastors covering almost every line $! Louisville.. Mary Pickford, in "Little Pal," at of Arrlvlni nMf church work. Dr. J. W Repass lug j, No. 144 will Icare Clovcrport . M. American Theater Saturday night. 5 Arriving IrtlnRtpn epresented Logan College, Rev. S. J. . T:40 P. M. . ArrlylpRlulsvllle Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Moorman and ... 5:51 A. 01. Mrs. Ernest Pate have returned from a Thompson, the Board of Missions, Rev. A..llnir TrrlnCton E. R. Bennett, the Board of Church WEST BOUND JO 'S3 A. M. visit to relatives in the country. Extension, and Mr. K. S. Uoswell, the No. 141 will leavo Cloverport 12 :04 P.M. ArrlYlnc Owensboro Mrs. Ira Behen and little son, David, Methodist Orphans' Home. 1:5 j, Note Advertisers plce notify the editor Arriving Henderson. - ISi-Arriving Evansv llo Four new preachers were licensed wnen you want aavvruserueni uiscuniinueu left last week for a visit to her father, and two were recommended for adD. Plank, at Hickory, N. C. w iuilllpvnhlorerDort 7:30 P. M. ArrlvlnKnawcsvlllo Miss Julia Hills, of Richmond, ar mission to the annual conference. Lay Arriving Owensboro ............. o:lt ADVERTISE . ... .11 :51 P. M nUvnanrt. rived Tuesday to be the guest of her delegates were elected to represent .....14:58 A.M. A .rlvlnir Owensboro the district at the annual conference 1 48 A. M grandmother, Mrs. Mary Oelze. Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Arriving Henderson 2 15 A. M Franklin in September. Arriving Kvansvllle Miss Jane Hambletnn has returned to at Column 7:40 A. M Arriving 8t. Louis A number of committees were ap :30 A. M Louisville after being the guest of her Cloverport No. 147 will leave ONE CENT PER WORD 7:46 A. M pointed to consider the various interArriving Owensboro 9:00 A. M mother, Mrs. Adele Hambleton. Arriving Henderson.- ests of the work end these made re Forrest, went ports to the Chas. Jackson and son, conference showing some Wanted Timothy Hay. to Brazil, Ind., last week to see Mr, progress made, making recommendaUASTED-- A car load of Tlrootliy Hay 1 once. Cull or wrlto the Hnrdlmburg Jackson's uncle, Norvin Jackson. A pronobneed Livery Co., Hardinsburg. Ky. tions for future work, Mrs. Weaver Tatum has returned stand was taken by unanlm us vote on House and Lot, Elc. For Sale from Owensboro where she has been the question of temperance and prohiHouse and lot and tor some time following an operation. bition of every form FOtt PALEMattingly. Ky.. Smilesout build' fromCIo In Presiding Elder J, T. Rushing pre veruort. Oood location for a doctor, for W. T. Mattingly and daughter, Mrs. particular write Nat Tuul, Hurdlnsburg, About People who Live in Cloverport, J. C. Sills, of Hardinsburg, were v:s sided in his own unique way and con- Ky., Route No. 3. and Those who iting relatives in Owensboro last week. ducted the business with dispatch. I Those who Travel For Sale Pair of Ponies Mrs. A. B. Skillman left Thurbday The conference will meet one year Live in Other Towns and Cities. COIl 3AI.E I'alr of match ponls. Rood for Louisville where she will visit her hence at Centertown, Ky. Notes Church and Society drivers and mutch In sue una color.. son, J. R. Skillman and Mrs. Skillman Ittchard SlcAteo. Stepnenspon. ivy. Nathaniel Shellraan, and Howard Phelps, Vera Jolly, Mildred Morrison. For Sale Mitch Cow. Hook, of Hardinsburg, motored here Marv Whitehead and Mable White Ap of Hobert Duke is very Saturday night to attend the boat show, head; Masters Lafeyette Held, John FOlt HALE An extra uood Milch Cow. The little son to Mrs. Chas. Holder. y H. McGavock, Marion Clag Roff, Rar-rill. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Warfield, of Lou Hills, Larren Hills, Chas. Darst, Mrs. Fred Newton went to Owens- - isville, are the guests of Mr. Warfield's For Sale Lar;c and Small Farms David Conrad, James Franklin Rldge- Thursday. boro number sister. Mrs. Frank Fraize und Mr. way, Billy Phelps and Wallace Mor COH SAL.KSO A coo acres of lare aud small eacn. ior pariuni farms: Ui Jacob Hicks went to Cincinnati Tues Fraize. lars write Wm. Adklson. Ilardlnsliurtr. Ky. rison. or James 1). Seaton, Cloverport, Ky. day on business. John Haffey was at home from Louis Those who assisted in entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Hoffius Behen were in ville Saturday. Mrs. Haffey returned were: .Misses Mary uibson, Louise Louisville Thursday with him Sunday to consult a doctor Whitehead, Eva Wroe, Eva Jelly, Mrs. D C. Heron, of Irvinjjlon, is In for goitre. Alice Couch, Elenora Keid, Lida Mae Louisville this week. Miss Canie Tucker and Miss Carrie English and Mary Christinia Uamman. Permanent Horace Gilbert, of near town, went to Mae Jackson have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Daugherty at Tell City Wednesday, Setting Out the Weed. and Zenla Shellraan, West Point. Bruce Bennett Cloverport. Ky A. T. Beard bad twenty or more men Telephone 56-- J Fred Fraize, of McDaniels, came up and boys employed Monday setting to IgJleft Sunday for Louisville Abe Brvant returned from Sorj.1 o from Owensboro Tuesday and was the bacco plants. Farmers all over the cuest for .several days of Mr. and Mrs county were busy setting. It looks Daviess county, last week, N. H. Quiggins. Attorney-at-Lalike a bumper crop of tobacco was in Mrs. J. B Randall left last week for R. C. Richardson was at Garfield sight. There is nothing dull now in relatives in Ohio, a visit to Estate Sold and Exchanged. Real Monday. He is representing H. & S the farmiug line. Another fine rain , C. G. Brabandt, the photoRrapher, Deeds-Contracts, Etc., Prepared and Colin, one of the largest clothing houses fail Monday was the cause. The good Saturday will be in IrviniUu ncKnowledged. in New York City. of the Lord seems to be on the side G. L. Brack and family, of Fulls oi Kentucky Cloverport, Rev. Richard Maloney, of Stanley farmer this season. Rough, are at the Tar Springs, was here Sunday the guest of Father R. I). Hamilton aud son, Cleveland Henry, and attended special services at New Volumes for Maysey's Sales of Durocs. were in Hardinsburg Saturday the Catholic church Sunday evening Teachers' Library G. P. Maysey reports the following Mrs. Del. Lashbrook, of Owensboro Mr. and Mrs. Win. Iiowmer, of Louis sales of Durocs: One yearling boar to is visitinK selalives 'it Irvington. of Mr. and Mrs. W ville, are the guests Manuing, Chenault, $10. Fifteen Two hundred and sixty new volumes Marv I'ickford, in "Little Pal," at H. Bo wnier. Mrs. Bowmer was called J. L. late fall eilts, farrowed from October have been added to the teachers' II American Theater Saturday night home Monday on account of her lath' 24 to November 3O, sold to James Din- brarv at Hardinsburg. Teachers are Mrs. Calloway is visiting her sister, er's illness. widdle, Caneyvllle, for $270. These urged by Supt. Trent to come 111 an Mrs. Edgar Bennett, nt Basin Springs, The prayer services at the Methodist pigs were not crated. Mr. Dinwiddle act th books and read them. They Mrs. Sue Wedding was the guest of church will be conducted Wednesday was on the ground and selected them Wedding, Tuesday night by Mr. Dell Roberts, of Stephens' and will come with his team to haul are there for that purpose. her son, Dr. Ernest Mrs. Payne, of Sample, has treated port. Children's Day will be observed them home. BANDITS FIRE ON SOLDIERS her residence with a fresh coat of paint Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard, Miss Rev. Paul S. Powell Dam 43, the Mrs. Chas. Jackson is at Small Detachment of U. S. Cavalry guest of Mrs. Daugherty for a few days Mary LaRue Beard aud Miller Mon Attacked by Vllllstas. Leaves for the South. Hardinsburg, were guests Sat Rev. Hunt returned from Owensboro arch, of Rancho Provedencla, Chlhuuhtia, home of Dr. Forrest Monday. Mexico (via wlrelsss to Columbus, X. He has been holding a meet urdav at the Lightfoot and Mrs. Lightfoot. Rev. Paul S. Powell left Tuesday M.), May 22. Bandits are active log. night for the South to represent the again, though being hunted personalMiss Margaret Elder, of Hites Run, central otllce of the Etiworth League. ly by a detnehment of cavalry and In was the guest of Corine Quiggins faun He will visit the summer conferences splto of tho presence In the country Sj PARTY. CHILDRENS' day. of the Epworth League In central di- of largo bodies of Carranza troops. Mrs. Judith Pate, of Mattingly, is the A detachment of cavalry, numbervision in the States of Kentucky, Little Miss Eudora McQUthlan guest of her son, Henry Pate and .Mrs Mississippi, Alabama and ing fifteen men were Jumped by banTennessee, Younger Quest of Honor SatPate. He will, bj absent about a dits while patrollliiK tho Mexican Florida. Northwestern railroad a few miles urday Afternoon. month. Lucille Squires, of Hardinsburg Miss south of Temnschlc. One Mexican Mrs. Larki ic tin. anest of Mr. and Dead. was wounded, but whether there wero Pioneer Railroad Builder Gibson. any further casualties anioiiK tho banJames J. Hill, pioneer railroad build- dits Is not known. McGlothlan Younge Miss Eudora er and financier, of St. Paul, Minn., Aftor firing in answer to the volley celebrated the ninth anniversary died at 0:30 o'clock Monday morning at of tho bandits tho American troops her birthday Saturday afternoon, his Summit Avenue home. According retired, owing to tho oveiwlu'lmlng beautiful party was given for her numbers of tho enemy. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mm to a statumont given out by Mr. Hill's party of bandits attacked Broadway physicians, death was caused by an a Another James Younger at I148 E. small party of ntlcged Carrauclstus Infection due to bowel trouble. He In Louisville. A number of children at Rancho San Luis, a tow hiIIhs is a cleanly habit, but we all see were present who brought attractlv was IH years of age. Eouth of tho Ameilcun enmp nt San The funeral services will be con- Oeronlmn. cases of the cleanest mouths and gifts to the little guest of honor. Two Cuiriint'istns ducted at his home at 2 o'clock Wed- killed and tho others disappeared. much caries, and often no caries in The burial will be Detachments of the Americans were nesday afternoon. the dirtiest, we must look for a Birthday Party. in a private mansoleum to be erected sent in search or tho Vllllstas and constitutional condition as our the ranch ami Little Miss Charlie Lee Hamman at North Oaks farm, long the summer found they had looted Touuisa Point escaped toward Santo home of the empire builder. enemy and not a local one. entertained a number of her friends to on tho Mexico Northwestern rallroud. a birthday party Thursday, May 2s. at Wine and the Bush. For Special Care Consult K to 5 p. m., being it her home from Ill olden times Ivy bushes used to be German Food Shortage. her seventh birthday. huuj; over the doors of taverns ub signRotterdam (via London), May 22. Misses Mary D. boards beouusu tho plant was sacred The guests were: Berlin advices report that fiormany Hill, Anna Elizabeth Keith, Kather-in- e to Bucchus. the god of wine. has taken tho most drastia possible DENTIST measures for counteracting (he food Keith, Artelia Bowen, Jane SawIt Is not the insurrection of Ignorance shortage. Tho butter ration has been Hardinsburg, Kentucky. yer, Mayme Bannon Sawyer, Addle is duugcrouu. but tho revolt! of reduced from one quartor pound Belle Couch, Marlon Llshen, Margaret that Trust Co. Lowell. weekly to ninety grammes. Ottlc or Bank ol Hardlniburo Dorothy. May, Katherine liitellUieuce. Newsome, 31, 1910 11 iTennis Oxfords land Tennis Balsl In both white and black; the canvas kind with is S RUBBER SOLES For one and all both great and small I Make the Feet Glad and Ease. Come To Give them 1 L, St, The kind we have w a. rv t s J. C. NOLTE CLOVERPORT, Sc KY. BRO. K -- 11 WE ARE NOW READY 1 With Our New Shop to Receive and Contract PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS " $ Q Q f ? Q FOR ALL CLASSES. OF HACHINE OUR NEW BUILDING WORK 8 X jP is thoroughly equipped with new special machinery for quick nnn cnriMpnn h n u'ir ; OUR GENERAL REPAIR . SHOP 1. work Automobile, Gas und for all Sis rendvrHIMt:i, kindsI. of rnpiuriiuni imuuuiiii;! ..f ..II nnma. 't.' 'I'.... U'....l. ui till Oleum mini iiiiik, A1....1.: i Gasoline nonts inul General Hlnck-init- h ork. X Wk OUR FOUnUKY rain do nil can nmUi) le-- UtPAKTMtNF rS y kinds of Ciistinir. cither from votir tmttern or we you n pattern from vour drawings or blue prints, and lit prices titr s Minn n ine iarier cities. Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist w 8 CLOVERPORT tf BOAT & MANUFACTURING Incorporated CLOVERPORT, CO. KY. I f Cumb. Long Distance Phone No. 10. V. G. BABBAGE Obey that impulse. "1 mie is money, nnd the service of a Ford doubles the value of your time. Runabout $390; Touring car $440; Coupelet $590; Town car $640; Sedan $740, f. o. b., Detroit. On sale and display by H. L. STADER, Agent Telephone No. 6 Cloverport, Kentucky IHillllllll WWotl-rll1MI'IW HtT Teeth Cleaning wi-r- J. X. HOBEN HARDINSBURG. KY. Funeral Director and Embalmer I will Imndlo work in this line anywhere in Hteekinridfre county and at roiiMinablo rates. CASKKTS, KOI1KS and HUKIAL SUITS of all kinds Will 1 II IUI! lOllllll .1 lit Illy 4..1.l!l 4 ..4 111 Dr. W. A. Walker . .1 ....,1 t? C. OtlUIIU UlIU VUllll IJllUlIlp Try us for Job Work cetlo mnn. LIS keen oycs wcro Hxcd ehould lore her In return, thcro Isn't IT ratuer Btca(1I,y .. upon Mr. nilthers. a power below heaven that can keep to .. . apart. If sho doesn't lovo hlni, '11 U th tllUUlVUba pauso i UUi them iiu wuui He was In somo doubt at first, but "Wo nro naturally Interested In your and ho should bo unlucky enough to as his carriage passed swiftly belovo her. I'd seo him hanged beforo cxtcnslvo purchases of our outstandNothing can be good for everything. tween tho staring ranks on tho side- and kicking when tho hour of reck- ing bonds, Mr. Blithers. I refer to ho could havo her. I Intend to leave Doing one thing well brings success. walks ho began to doff his hat and oning arrived. big blocks you have acquired in this matter entirely to my daughter tho 5 bow to tho right and left. His smiles Roan's Kidney Pills arc for one thing Princo Robin. They arc to do Mr. Blithers was in tho mood to bo London, Paris and Berlin." i and wcro returned by the multitude, and amiable. Hn anticipated considerable "Well, Investment, that's nil. Your the deciding, so far ns I am con- only. so his progress was moro or less of a. pleasure In visiting the ancient halls credit Is sound and your I'or weak or disordered kidneys. resources cerned. And If they decide that they triumph after all. of his prospective grandchildren. unquestioned, your bonds gilt edge." lovo each other and want to get mar- Here Is reliable evidence of their ? At the Rcgcngetz he found add!-- $ The flrtt shock to tho placidity of "It Is most gratifying to Graustark rled, they will get married. Do I tlonal cause for Irritation. No ono Mr. Blithers came with tho brief note to know that you valuo our securities mako myself perfectly plain, my worth. W. M. Young, farmer, R. 1'. D.No.jiS was thcro to receive him except the In reply to his request for an Infor- so highly as a legacy," j said Count Iords7" j ' Ingratiating manager of tho estab mal conference. The lord chamber- Lazzar suavely. "May I venture tho Tho dignified ministry of Graustark Hawesville, Ky,, says: "One of myv family had pains iu the sides and across lishment. lain curtly Informed him that tho hope, however, that your life may be jat agape. By Tho manager rubbed his hands and cabinet would bo In session at 2 and prolonged beyond tho term of their Baron Romano arose. "You place the small of.tbe back. Doan's Kidney smiled. "This Is ono of our gala days, would bo pleased to grant htm an nu existence? They expire in a very us In the extremely distressing posi- Pills were procured at Gibson's Drug GEORGE BARR Mr. Blithers. You could not have ar- dlcnco of half an hour, depending on few years a dozen, In tion of being obliged to oppose tho Store, and they made a cure In a short fact." AVCUTCHEON rived at a tlmo moro opportune. 1 his promptness in appearing, "Oh, I think I can hang on that hand of a benefactor, Mr. Blithers. time There hasn't been any further have taken tho precaution to reserve Author of "Qraustark," Mr. Blithers was not used to being long," said Mr. Blithers, a little moro You havo como to our assistance In a need of a kidney medicine." chairs for you on the veranda. The granted audiences. He consoled blm at case. He was saying to himself time of need.. You havo" Beverly of Qraustark," Etc Price 50c, at nil dealers. Don't procession will pass directly in front self, however, with tho thought that that these fcllcws wero not so bad "If It Is tho loan you aro talking of tho hotel on its way to Castle ave- matters would not always bo, as they after all. "Still one never knows. I about, baron, that Is quite besldo the simply ask for a kidney remedy get nue. were at present. There would be a may be dead In a year. My daughter question," Interrupted Mr. Blithers. Doan's Kidney Pills' the same that Mr. "What procession?" demanded Mr. decided change of tuno later on n but, of course, you will pardon me "I do not speculate. I havo mado a Young recommends. Copyrliht. 1914, by Dodd. Med iod Blithers. Company It would be folly to undertake tho If I don't go Into my private affairs. satisfactory loan, and I om not com- Co , Props,, Buffalo, N. Y. "The princo is returning today depiction of Mr. Blithers' first Im- I fear I have already said too much." plaining." , from his trip around tho world," said pressions of tho castlo and Its glo "As you please, sir," said Romano "On tho contrary, sir, wo aro all kMvuvHWUtttvtutmvimvwl the manager. ries. To begin with, he lost no small only too willing to be edified. The coldly. "I may at least question your HUES RUN "Ho ought to have been back long amount of his assurance when ho workings of right to assume that wo aro powerago," said Mr. Blithers wrathfully discovered that the great gates in tho yours cannot an Intelligence such as less to prevent a marriage that Is CHAPTER XVIII. fall to bo and mopped his brow with a hand wall surrounding the park wero us who are so lacking of Interest to manifestly unpopular with the sub'Mr. Blithers In Graustark. In the power rendered unsteady by a mental con- guarded by resplendent dragoons who to copo with great undertakings." Miss Alice Hardin is in Louisville jects of Prince Robin." upon receiving her vulsion. He was thinking of his hat demanded his "pass." After the off"But what about the personal views visitiug relatives. "I am only too willing, my lords, to IMMEDIATELT sent for Qulnnoi lifting experience. of Prince Robin? If I am not misicer in charge had Inspected the lord give you tho benefit of my experiwho were stopping Richard Hawkins and son. Lavman. True to schedule, tho procession chamberlain's card as if he had never ence." taken he openly declares that ho will at a hotel nearby. r passed the hotel at 5. marry to suit himself and not tho visited Fred Hawkins and family In seen ono before, he ceremoniously InTho prime minister tapped reflec"I am ready to proceed to Edelweiss, Prince Robin sat In tho royal coach, dicated to a warden that the gates tively upon tho tablo top with his people of Graustark. Am I not right. Toblusport last week. my friends," said he. "Miss Guile bos and his brawn, handsome, manly were to bo opened. There was a great fingers Count Quinnox?" demanded Mr. Blithfor a moment or two. departed. Will you book accommoda- face was aglow with smiles. Instead Rev. Russell Walker and Mrs. Walker clanking of chains, the drawing of "Thank you," he said. "Wo aro at ers suddenly of tho minister of war. were entertained Saturday" and Sunday tions on the earliest train for home?" of a silk hat ho lifted a gay and Iron bolts, the whirl of a windlass. this very moment In something of a "You arc iu a position to know some- by Mr. and Mrs. "I have already seen to that, highCleve Miller. and the ponderous gates swung slow quandary In respect to tho renewal thing about him. Am I not right?" ness," said Gourou calmly. "We leave Every eye was on tho count. ly ajar. of a treaty with ono of our neighSusie Johnson is the euest of her at 6 this evening. Count Quinnox baa Mr. Blithers 'caught his breath bors. For tho past twenty years we "Princo Robin will marry for love, sister, Mrs. Chris Sahlle. wired the prlmo minister that you will and from that instant until he found havo been In alliance with our next my lords," ho said quietly. "I am arrive In Edelweiss at 3 tomorrow aftFrank Payne, of Hardinsburc. was himself crossing the great hall in the door neighbors, Axphaln on the north forced to agree with Mr. Blithers." ernoon, God willing." Baron Romano sank Into his chair. the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. E. Wagwake of an attendant delegated to and Dawsbergen on the south and "You knew that sho had gone?" conduct him to the council chamber east The triple alltanco will end Thero was silence in the room for goner, Sunday. "I happened to be in the Nordbahn-ho- t his sensations aro not to be described. this year unless renewed. Up to the many seconds. when she boarded tho train at Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Thurman at It is only necessary to say that ho present our relations have been most A gleam of triumph shot Into the midnight," replied the baron, untended a family reunion at Geo. Mav's was In a reverential condition, and amiable. Axphaln stands ready to eyes of Mr. Blithers. moved. that is saying a great deal for Mr. extend our mutual protective agree- - "My lords, I And that my half hour Sunday. The prince was thoughtful, his brow almost up," he said, pulling out Blithers. ment for another term of years, but clouding with a troubled frown. "I Mrs. Orrin Hardin and dauehter. He was ushered Into a chamber, Dawsbergen Is lukewarm and in- h.s gold watch and comparing Its supposo I shall now have to face my time with that of the clock on the Elizabeth, visited relatives in Hardins-bur- g a't tho opposite end of which was a clined to withdraw." people with the confession that will Tuesday. large. Imposing door closed. Beside "What's tho grievance?" Inquired wall. "Permit mo to take my deparconfirm their worst fears. 1 may as this door stood a slim, erect figure in Mr. Blithers bluntly. Ho was edging ture. I am content to let matters well say to you, iny friends, that I the red, blue and gold uniform of an Into familiar waters now. "What's shape themselves as they may. Allow mean to make her my wife even officer of the castle guard. As Mr. the matter with Dawsbergen? Mon- me, however, beforo leaving to assure though it costs mo my kingdom. Do L you of my most kindly interest in the Blithers approached this rigid figure ey controversy?" you think they will accept her as as welfare of your state. You may be he recognized a friend, and a warm "Not at all," said Lazzar hastily. their princess?" cried Robin hopefully. glow pervaded his heart. There could "Why not let 'em withdraw?" said pleased to know that It i3 not from "I submit that It will first be necesbo no mistaking tho smart mustache Mr. Blithers. "We can got along me that Graustark did I get It right sary for you to induce Miss Guile to Insurance Office that time? will redeem her bonds It was without them." and supercilious eyebrows. accept you as her prince," said GouLieutenant Dank. Thero was a general uplifting of when they mature, but from my only rou mildly. "That doesn't appear to Cloverport, Kentucky "How do you do?" said Mr. Blith- heads at tho uso of tho pronoun and daughter. Sho Is nearly twenty-on- o be settled at present." years of age. On her twenty-fift- h ers. "Glad to seo you again." His a moro fixed concentration of gaze. He took alarm. you "What do voice sounded unnatural. He extendThe baron leaned forward, still birthday I shall present to her as a mean? Your remark has a sinister tapping the tabic top with his long, gift all of my holdings In Graused his hand. sound. Has anything transpired to" tark. She may do as sho sees fit with Fire, Lightning TorDank gave him a ceremonious sa- slim fingers. "Sho has disappeared, highness, them. Permit" mo to wish you all lute, bowed slightly, but without a "Tho report that Prince Robin is good quite effectually. That Is all that i nado and Windstorm, day, my lords." smile, and then threw open the door. to marry your daughter, Mr. Blithcan say," said Gourou, and Robin was At tho Regengetz a telegram await"Mr. Blithers, my lords," he an- ers, has reached the Prince of 's Life, Accident, Health conscious of a sudden chill and the nounced, and stood aside to let the cars. It Is only natural that ed him. It was from Maud. rush of cold moisture to his brow. "I shall bo in Edelweiss this week stranger In a strange land pass ho should feel resentful. For fifteen Insurance. "But let us prepare to confront an without fail. I havo something very .years there has been an understandwithin. even more substantial condition. A important to tell you." So It read. ing that the Crown Princess of Dawsprospective father In law is descend Nino o'clock of a rainy night, on CHAPTER XIX. bergen and the Prince of Graustark ing upon our land. He is groping in Old Reliable Companies1 were ono day to bo wedded to each tho steep, winding road that climbed The Conference In the Castle. the dark, and ho is angry. He has the mountain side from tho walled in NUMBER of men were seated other." lost a daughter somewhere in tho Mr. Blithers settled back In his city to the crest on which stood the about a long table in the ccn- Jyllds of Europe, and ho realizes that chair. "It seems to me that he Is famed monastery of St. Valentine 9 " Welcome! Hi?' o'clock of a night fraught with pleashe cannot hope to become tho grand- "Welcome home! Lt! Imposing chamber. No one arose as Mr. Blithers making a mountain out of a molerah!" urable anticipation on tho part of ill .. father of princes unless ho can prohill." . entered tho room and stopped Just u. w. ireni nenrj ireni ;p.;i Dali duce a mother for them. At present Baron Romano shrank perceptibly. one R. Schmidt, whose eager progress rjC the door. He was at a loss for far from immaculate conception in up tho slope was all too slow nothe seems to bo desperate. Have- I "It devolves upon me, sir, as spokes- withstanding tho encouragement ofstraw; .instead of a glittering uni- the first timo in his life. His gaze told you that he was in this city last man for tho ministry, tho court and a night? He arrived at tho Bristol a form he wore a suit of blue serge and fell upon a huge oaken chair at tho the people of Graustark, to inform fered by tho conscienceless Jehu, a peculiarly American tie of crimson far end of tho table. It was tho only who frequently beat his poor steeds few hours prior to the significant deyou that marriage between our parture of Miss Guile. Moreover, he hue. Ho looked more like a popular unoccupied seat that came within tho princo and any other than tho Crown into a gallop over level stretches and athlete returning from conquests scope of his rather limited vision. never allowed them to pause. has chartered a special train and Is abroad than a princo of ancient line- Was it possible that the big chair Princess of Dawsbergen Is not to bo Late In tho afternoon there had leaving today for Edelweiss. Count age. But considered as possible." the crowd cheered itself was Intended for him? If so, how Livery, Feed and Quinnox has taken tho precaution to "My lords," said Mr. Blithers, ris- come to the general postofilco a letter hoarse over this bright faced young- small and Insignificant he would look adviso tho prime minister of bis aping, his face suddenly pale, "I beg for Mr. R. Schmidt. ster who rode by In a coach of gold upon it. Her letter was brief. Sho merely Sale Stable proach and has Impressed upon him and brandished a singularly ur.regal After what appeared to him to bo leave to assuro you that iny daughacquainted him with the fact that j tho importance of decrying any sort chapeau. length of time, but ter's happiness Is of far more Impor- she had arrived In Edelweiss that an Interminable of popular drmonst ration against him jg Hardinsburg, tance to mo than all the ono horse : Ky. Ills alert eyes were searching the in reality no more than a fqw secday from Ganlook, twenty miles on his arrival. Romano reports ttiat crowd along tho street, In the bal- onds, a tall man arose from his seat principalities in the world. I do not away, and was stopping at the Inn the people are In an angry mood. 1 conies and windows with r.n eager and advanced with outstretched resent your attitude, nor do I resent of tho Stars, outside the city gates. would suggest that you prepare, iu a Intensity, lie was looking for tbo band. Mr. Blithers recognized Count your haste In conveying to me your In closing sho said that she would way. to placate them, now that Mms sweet familiar face of tho loveliest Quinnox, the minister of war. He views on the subject. It may be di- be delighted to see him when It was Guile has diopprd out of sight." plomacy to go straight to a question girl on earth. If she were there he. shook that friendly hand with a ferconvenient for him to como to her. It must not he supposed for an Commercial Supplies wondered what her thoughts might vor that must have surprised the and get it over with, but It Isn't althat tne city of Edelweiss and bo on beholding the humble It. count. Never In all his life had he ways diplomacy to go off half cocked. On receipt of this singularly matter of fact letter ho promptly dispatched tho court of Graustark were unlmpress-tI will say with perfect candor that I Schmidt In tho rolo of a loyal prince been so glad to see any one. a message to Miss Gullo, Inn of tho For the Business Man at by the swift approach and abrupt receiving "Let me Introduco you to my col- should like to see my daughter tho Stars, saying that 3ho might expect the laudations of tho lov- -, Princess of Graustark. but. by gail. krrival of Itr. Withers. His comlnc ing multitude! leagues. Mr. Blithers," said tho count. 9 that night. him at This Office. iad been heralded for days In advance. "Happy, I'm sure," mumbled Mr. I want you to understand that her Passing tho ll.gengetz, his eyes Stealing away from tho castle at Tbo city was rudely expectant, the swept Blithers. To save his life he couldn't own wishes In tho matter are to gov- night, ho entered tho ramshacklo cab the rows if cheering peopls Standard series duplicate order I want to say :onrt unoatit. mine In exbanked upon Its wide tcrraco and tell what had got Into him. Ho had ern you now, the end. books with carbon paper 150 leaves to all of you. that If my that Hohbs had engaged for tho not When tho special train pulled Into verandas. Ho saw Mr. and Mrs. never acted like this before. girl should love' your princo nad he pedition and which awaited him Price 25c the station Mr. Blithers turned to his Blithers well down In front, and for No ono offered to shako hands with far from tho private entrance to tho wife and said: Receipt books, large size, 100 leaves him, although each rose politely, park. a heccmil his heart seemed to stand "Cheer up. Lou. This isn't a fu- still. Would sho be with them? It was even graciously. They oven smiled. price 25c; small size 10c; 50 leaves The mud covered vehlclo was near-ln- g neral." with a distinct senso of relief that bo Ho remembered that very well aftertho Inn of tho Stars when Robin Price 5c "Hut them is cjuito a mob out there," realized that sho was not with tno ward. Ha suddenly realized what stuck his head out of tho window and High-grad- e sho said, peering through tho car win- smiling Americans. bad got into him. It was respect. Prornisory Notes, 50 to drlvo slower. directed Ilobbs dow. "How can wo ho sure that they "A chair, Franz," said tho white leaves; price, per book Mr. Blithers waved his hat and, in"Whoa!" sild Ilobbs suddenly. haired, gaunt man who was called aro friendly?" ' 'Ello, wot tbo 'ell ls- "stead of shouting tho Incomprehen25 Cents "Don't you worry," said Mr. Blithers sible greeting of tho natlvo specta- Baron Romano. "Will you sit here, A dark figure had sprung into the Mr. Blithers?" confidently. "They aro not likely to tors, called out In vociferous tones: roadway near tho horses' heads and Deed Covers Mr. Blithers sat down. Ho was throw rocks at tho gooso that lays Hurwas holding up a warning hand. "Welcome home! Welcome! Send your deeds to us to be covered rather pleased to find that the big tho golden egg." Robin's head camo through tho rah!" two covers with staples for Tho crowd was big, immobile, surly. window. "Oh, what a remarkably handsome, chair was not meant for him. A It lined tne sidewalks in tho vicinity manly boy ho Is, Will," sighed Mrs. swift Intuition told him that it was "It Is I, m'slcur.." said the voice of 5 Cents reserved for tho country's ruler. of tho station and stared with curi- Blithers. Marie, Miss Guile's French maid. "Tho princo signed tho contracts ous, half closed eyes at tho portly Disappointment tilled his soul. Deeds, 3 for 10c Mr. Blithers nodded his head capitalist and his party, which, by tho proudly. "Ho certainly Is. I'll bet Just beforo you arrived, Mr. Blith"What has happened?" ho cried, Real Estate and Chattel Mortgages, ers," said Baron Romano. "Tho seal way, was rendered somewhat imposgrasping tho girl's arm. "lias sho my head that Maud Is crazy about two for ing in sizo by augmentation in tho him already. Sho can't help It, Lou. has been affixed to each of tho docuchanged her mind?" ments, and your copy is ready for 5 Cents Ehapo of lawyers from Paris and Lon- That trip on the Jupiter was a god"Yes, m'slcur. Sho will not rccelvo at any time." you at the Inn of tho Stars. Sho bids don, clerks and stenographers from send. We'll hnvo plain sailing from Pension Certificates, three for Mr. Blithers recovered himself you to drlvo to tho end of this. street, tho Paris office, to say nothing of a now on, Lou." slightly. "You may send It to tho 10 Cents lady's maid, u valet, a private secrewhero thoro Is a garden with a Mag' Mr. Blithers Indeed experienced hotel, baron, tomorrow. at any yar band aud tho most delicious retary and a doctor. plain sailing for tho ensuing twenty My lawyers will havotlmolook at It." 12 sheets of Typewriter Paper, lina freshments to bo had undor vino Ho was somewhat amazed and dis- hours. It was not until just beforo ho en, legal size, price gruntled by tho absence of silk hat set forth at 2 tho next afternoon to Then ho made hasto to explain: "Not "A public garden?" exclaimed ambassadors from tho castle, with attend by special appointment a that It Is really necessary, but Just 5 Cents InRobin in uttor dismay. words of welcome for him on his ar- meeting of tho cabinet In tho council as a matter of form." Ho sent an vestigating glanco around tho room. Printed Stationery including State"Plngari's. sir." said Ilobbs. "I rival. There was a plentiful supply chamber at tho castlo that ho en"Tho princo ha3 retired," said tho ments and Sale Books. know tho place well. It Is a very of poUcemen, but no cabinet ministers. countered tho first Bymptom of baron, divining tho thought. "Ho ' quiet, orderly placo." Ho was on tho point of censuring his squalls ahead. Ungraved cards, 50 with new plate ' does not remain for tho discussions." "I am not accustomed to meeting secretary for not making it clear to plate, script, price Ho had sent his secretary to tho Glancing at tho hugo old clock abovo peoplo In public gardens. I" tho government that ho was duo to castlo with a brief note suggesting tho door, tho prlmo minister $1.25 "Nor Is my mistress, m'slcur. I as arrive at such and such an hour and an early conference. It naturally a most businesslike air. assumed "It will sure you. May I put a flea In m'slcur s mlnuto when a dapper young man In would bo of an Informal character, as doubtless gratify you to know Printing new cards from old plate, that ear? Tho placo Is qulto empty to uniform ho couldn't tell whether ho thoro was no present business beforo three-fourt100 for of tho bonds havo been night, and besides thoro is tho drive was a patrolman or a captain camo them. Tho contracts had already doposlted, Mr. Blithers, and tho re$1.00 back to tho inn with mademoiselle. up and saluted. boon signed by tho government fond mainder will bo gathered In during Is not that something, m'slcur?" Moil orders filled promptly. "I uin William W. Blithers." bald tho by bin authorized agents. So far as the week. A week will glvo them suf"By Jovol" exclaimed Robin. "Drive tho loan was concerned thcro was ficient tlmo, will it not, Count Lazmultimillionaire sharply. on, Ilobbs!" "I am an official guldo and Inter- nothing moro to bo said. zar?" r preter, sir," announced tho young Thcro was a distinct cloud on the "I may safely say that all the bonds "Vva To be Continued 6f financial horizon, however, a vague will bo In our hands by next Tuesman suavely. "Not necessary not necessary at shadow at present, but prophetic of day at the latest," said the minister Th Dignifitd Ministry of Qraustark Ky. Sat Agaps. all,." exploded Mr. BlltheniJ'Any ono storm. It was perfectly clear to the the treasury.. He was a thin, as- - wvvvWWvvvWt : THE Z rk.3h f"W)K to speak to rao will havo to I PRINCE OF noblea that wficn these ond3 ma. tUred Mr. nilthers would bo in a po- ultlnn to nract nsivment. nni! n. tlinv " 'matured In twelve years from dnto ho was likely to bo pretty much alive " L 1 I QRAUSTARK I Foster-Mllbur- L. C. TAUL Daws-bergen- J A In-sl- Hardinsburg Livery d cov-ered- "- Jno.D.Babbage Ooverport, ' of. Read our "Want Ads." DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Pl& This mystery is getting too deep for Father lhe. :. "BUTT 'N ON US 1 WWEN t ASKED VOW TO STAN OUT AND FINISH ItV P: TT 'j y r' rj- Ti5r--l NX haven't sge4 llTr?fiM b nbvgrN ANN DOAl i f JAW ANN OP THEM ) 1 SINCJUE OF-THE- BUNCHi - ot aenvANW.' TAP UrZJ i Kvnft 1 W$ OF . I TI& JOB au.TTNC: twst wu. savelm- rop , T.avW VT rHJ opM ?f J A' TCKstt 111 ?l 1 JbbV M lViMv A ' !t BES I AMD HB nittiiliimniiP nr nni rnmii nnnnra I Republican Gathering to Bo More Interesting Because of the Large Number of Presidential Possibilities. I II o 1 Democrats Practically Sure to Renominate Wilson on First Ballot and. Having Adopted Platform, Adjourn. ' their views on the leading problems will bo the Democratic that face tho nation. for president this How Delegates Arc Chosen. How are the delegates to these i Answer. Woodrow Wilson. chosen? Whom will the Republicans nominate states choose Answer. Twenty-twto oppose Mr. Wilson? That is one question that cannot be their delegates by the direct primary voto answered by any person in the "world, method, by the directtwenty-si-of the peostates and no one will know until the final ple. The remaining continue to use the old convention ballot has been cast. Who arc the men who have been method that is, eacli section holds Its own little convention and names delemost prominently mentioned? These in Answer. Theodore Hoosevclt, Su- gates to state conventions. premo Court Justice Charles E. riughes, turn name the delegates to the national former Senator Ellhu Root of New conventions. Tho number of delegate Tork, Charles W. Fairbanks of Indiana, allotted to each stato Is governed by Vfi!e president during Roosevelt's last the population. IIow many delegates were chosen this term; Samuel W. McCnll, governor of Massachusetts; Senator William E. Bo- year by the direct primary method? Answer. Democrats, 071. or n little rah of Idaho, Senator Albert B. Cum-mln- s of Iowa, Senator Robert M. La more than 57 per cent; Republicans. .Follette of Wisconsin, Governor Mar- 013. or more than 02 per cent. Which states have adopted the direct tin G. Rrunibaugli of Pennsylvania, former Senator Theodore E. Burton of primary method? Answer. Alabama, Indiana. New Ohio, Senator John W. Weeks of Massachusetts, Senator Lawrence Y. Slier-ma- Hampshire, North Dakota. Michigan. of Illinois, Henry D. Estabrook of 'iTlscnnsln. New York. Illinois. Iowa, t'pbnska. Montana. Massachusetts. New York and .several others. When and where does the convention Ohio, Maryland, California, Pennsylvania, Oregon, New Jersey, South Dameet? Answer. The Republican national kota, West Virginia, Vermont and Minconvention meets in the Coliseum in nesota. Who selects the cities In which the Chicago on June 7. Both the Republican and Progressive conventions were conventions are to be held and fixes tho dates? held in this building In 1912. Answer. The national committees IIow many delegates will be in attendance this year and how many votes attend to this. These committees contvIU Ye n(une"iri' in nnmlnnto? sist of onp man from each state. They Answer. xnere win do usj neiegaies select also the temporary olllcers of tha wrtno convention, nnu n majority vote conventions and appoint smaller comIs necessary to nominate. In 1912 there mittees to look after details. were 1,078 delegates. When and where was the first conIn what states did the Republicans vention to nominate candidates for tha presidency and vice presidency held? reduce the representation? Answer. Alabama, Arkansas, GeorAnswer. Tho first was held on Sept. gia, Florida. Louisiana, Mississippi, 20, 1S30, in Philadelphia by a party New Mexico, New York, North Caro- that has long since passed Into oblina, South Carolina. Tennessee. Texas livion. Tills was the party. However, no nominations were and Virginia. Four years ago the Progressive party, made at the Philadelphia meeting, as consisting of men who revolted from It was largely a gathering to effect an the regular Republican ranks, nominat- organization. The nominations wcro ed Theodore Roosevelt, and there were made eighteen months later at a conthree leading candidates. Will the" vention In Baltimore. same state of affairs exist this year? The First Convention. Answer. It may and It may not. When and where was the first condepends entirely oil whether the This Republicans nominate a man accept-abf- e vention of one of tho larger parties held? to the Progressives. Answer. The first wns the DemocraticWill the Progressives hold a conven-Republican convention held In tion this year? Answer. Yes; the party leaders se- Baltimore on May 21, 1S32. What Is lected Chicago, and the date is the now known as tho Democratic party same as that of the Republican conven- was known In thoso days as the Demo- party. tion. Thus tlia two bodies will bo In Can you give a brief history of that session at the samo time. It is not impossible, however, that they will nom- convention? Answer. Prior to 1832 the nominainate the same men for president and tions wero made by what was known vlco president as the Republicans. as tho "caucus method." When tho Democrats In St. Louis. party spirit beenme strong the nomiWhen and where does the Democratic nating was dono by congressional and , convention meet this year? legislative caucuses, nnd tho caucus reAnswer. Tlio Democrats gather in mained "klug" of tho situation until it St Louis on June 14, one week later was overthrown by the convention idea. than the convening of the other con- Andrew Jackson bad a notion that the ventions. Sessions will be held In tho "king" was somewhat of a scoundrel new Convention hall, which Is said to nnd that there wero often "niggers in be tho finest in tho United States. To tho woodpllo" at tho caucuses. now many delegates will be there, overcome this tho party of which ho and how many votes will bo necessary wns leader evolved tho convention to award the nomination? plan, and 320 delegates gathered In Answer. There will bo LOSS dele- Baltimore ami, of course, renominated gates to the convention, and, different Jackson. No platform was adopted, as from tho Republicans, a a word from "Old Hickory" was all vote Is necessary to award the nomina- that was needed. Thus tho convention tion. This is 720 votes. system started nnd has reigned for Were there nny changes In tho num- eighty-fou- r years, but its end nitty bo ber of delegates and representation of In sight with tho growth of tlio direct 1912 convention? states from tho primary system. Answer. There wcro no changes. Democratic Candidates. Tho conventions will nominate- canCan you glvo a list of thu conventions didates for president. What clso will they do? that huvo been held by what Is now Answer. Candidates for vlco presi- tho Democratic party since tho first dent must, of course, bo named. The and also tlio' candidates nominated for parties' platforms must be adopted. the presidency? Answer; What arc party platforms? Republican, Baltimore, Answer. Tlio platforms are brief Andrew Jackson. .'statements outlining tho principles and Ualtlmoro, Martin Van beliefs of the parties. Tho platforms Huron. stato clcorly and concisely tho par. 1840 Democratic, Baltimore, Martin Van (will Huron. ties' views on such subjects as tho tariff, preparedness, foreign policies, 1841 Democratic, Baltimore, James IC Philippine Independence, tho banking UU Tollc. Democratic, Baltimore, Lewis Cass. laws and other questions. Tlieso ena- 1SSI Democratic, Baltimore, 4 Franklin riercgi. ble, tho. people to express, in tuelr voto - WHO x v n y What is tho real business? Answer. The nomination of a candi date. The roll call by state is begun Charleston. S. C. John (.'. Hreckln-tlilKanil when Ohio, for Instance. Is sung tirl nemoernilr, Chloavo. (JeorBo II. M- out front the desk n prominent delegate from Ohio nrlses, steps to the rostrum eridian. tCs Democratic, New York. Ilnrntlo ami with oratorical tlourlsh proposes the Ohio candidate. The roll call Is 1'emncr.iMc Ilaltlmore. Horace Gree-le- v (There uuiv four other eand'.-.ito- s thus completed, and when all candidates, varying In number, have been styled PotiKK'rutKi. l; a, - Itomorrallc. St Louis. Samuel J. T!l- - appropriately placed before the convention balloting begins. Cincinnati, WlnileUl Scott How are the ballots cast? ItilllCm'k Answer. Kuril state delegation seDemocratic. Chleaito. (Trover Cleveland. lects one member ns chairman. The - Democratic, Chicane Clrover Cleveroll Is called by states, and the chairland. man announces the votes of every deletSK Democratic. Chicago, drover Clevegate from his state. If each delegation land. a Chicago. William votes as a unit the chairman niciel.T Hryan. says that all his state's votes are for Kansas City, William this or that man. If the delegates are Jennings I'r) :ui, divided he gives the number for each St. I.fiuls. Alton II. Parker candidate. Kansas City, William Do the delegates from each state s't Jcnnlnss Bryan. together? 1511 Democratic. Baltimore, Woodroc Answer.-Sta- te delegations gather In Wilson. certain sections of the building under Republican Candidates. banners. Once in their places and wills Clin yon give a list of the convention? the temporary ollWrs presiding the that have been held by what is now convention opens. the Republican party? Number of Ballots. Answer: ISTii'r Philadelphia. John C. Krcmont. How many ballots are necessary to Abraham Lincoln. choose a candidate? 1801 Baltimore, Abraham Lincoln. Answer. This depends entirely o ISCS Clilcnmt 1Ibecs S. (rnnt. .onditious. This ,r.ir there probabh IS73 Philadelphia I'lyssp S Grant. ISTtr Cincinnati. I!. 11. Hayes. will be only one roll call at the Hem 155- 0- Chlcaw. James A. '.u field. ocratlc convention and one ballot for 155- 1- Chlcaso. James 0. Illalnc. President Wilson. At Chicago then-- I lssS Chicago. Benlomln probably will be a large number, .' ISM Minneapolis, Benjamin Harrison. St. Louis, William JIcKlnley. there Is such a variety ot candidates William McKinlcy. In Is7.2 the Doyv and possibilities. KOI Chicago. Theodore Roosevelt. crats agreed on Pierre only William II. Tuft ballots had been takafter forty-nin- e William II. Taft However. In 11)12 tho Progressive ele- en. The Whigs In that year went four ment of the Republican party, popular- better than their opponents In select ly known as "bull niooe" and olllclally lug (Jeneral Scott. Wilson was nom styled Progressives, beaded by Theo- hinted in Raltlmoie in 11)12 only afi"i forty-siballots. William 11. Taft was dore Roosevelt, revolted from the Republicans and nomlnutcd Roosevelt, nominated that ear by the Republicans on the firsj were tit thus making three leading candldntes that convention, ballot. Theredelegates however. Ill I that year. who withheld their votes. ' Are th; national conventions estan-llshcHow are the expenses Incurred by a !. law? convention met? Answi'i. No. And this is a, conunof Answer.- - The national committees mistake. They are merely popular asaward conventions to centrally locatsemblages, an outgrowth of party poll, ed cities which offer financial Induce tics and controlled by party usage and ments. There Is always keen rivalry rules. among cities, many of which make Can you give the resolution that la high bids. Baltimore and Chicago tho basic principle of the convention? each contributed $HH).'K)o in 11)12. A ' Answer. This resolution wns put be- national convention is a great adverfore the 1832 convention by Andrew tisement and a good business stimulant lacksun: for n city. Resolved, That each state bo entitled. In Are tickets to a contention issued? the nomination to he nuido of a candidate Answer- .- Yes. The delegates and alvice presidency, to a number of for the given one ticket each. votes equal to tho number to which they ternates are ISi0 13K Imli'Penilent Democratic. lUItimore, Stephen A. Doualni: Peinoernt'c Democratic. uui'M man. Clrulmmtl, O., James I FARE $322 MAILY BETWEEN e. Sty-mo'i- r. Tho Great Ship "SEEANDBEli Tho tart-r- nnd nwwt roitly steamer on any Inland water of the KorM. "CITY OF ERIE" - ShYFinx actommoila 3 Magnificent Stmrt 'CITY OF BUFFALO" 15th-BUFFALO ls-- 5 u is W V, M. Lra IhitTal.i 6iOA. M. Arrive Cleveland (Central Standard Time) , I all Kiwtom nnd Cann1nn Railroad t (faConncrttoni nt ItufTalo for Niagara Kali an cta retditiir Utrvrrn Cleveland nnd lUtlalo nro koihI fur transportation on our BU'iuri, AJc jour ticktt SBcnt for tirkrta ia C. & 11. Line. ntLin-.inna I tmxt fluff, fthuwintf Imlh tfttiTKir ant rior cf. li Cna Ship "SFKANDIIKL" acnt on rrec'pt of five rent to cover postasu rjiJ r.vu-"for our P'efn"ii nnn newcrptive. mwniiT lrcr. CLEVELAN D -- Daily, May 1st to Nov. Uovo Cleveland Arrive Uullalo 8 I h f .30 A.M. POP. M. rnt, THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Portable Green Houses, Hot-be- d sash and Silos TATTOO" I 1 I ALFRED STRUCK CO ' .StLOS- i- ma I ft CYPRESS ..ft GREEN-HOUS- E .A AND TANKS MATERIAL . 1- - lla-iiso- n. LUMBER & MILL WOKR. 'CJ F. LOUISVILLEJTKYk lS9-- "Semi for Catalogue. Luc l.ooal Vont Wanted." I ' x TO SUBSCRIBERS Plen.--p I U Kindly n?c tins blank in iriiewinjr your subscription. oxiiinino the label on your piiptM. If your duo, the Kditor will appreciate payment. suli-cripti- i RENEWAL ORDER THE BUECKKXHinCJE NEWS, Ci.ovi:i:roi:r, Ivy. Enclo.-e- d lind $ which apply to my sub scription account. Namk I c The will be entitled In the electoral college un- The press U liberally supplied. der the new apportionment. In voting for remainder are sold, the price usually president and vice president, nnd that being about ?."() for all the sessions. of tho whole number of votes In tho convention shall be necessary to constitute n choice. two-thir- Addukss Instructed Delegates. .IIow do the delegates to tho various conventions know for whom to cast their votes? Answer. Delegates are often Instructed by the stato conventions which elect them. In tho case of direct primary elections the candidate for delegate announces his favorite, and thus the people can express their views directly. The Instructed delegates always, or are supposed to, voto as they have been Instructed until they see that it is impossible to secure a mojor-- I s vote, os tho case may ity or be. Then tho delegates voto as they Boo fit, and ballot after ballot is taken until tho necessary number of votes la secured to award tho nomination. However, many states send unlnstruct-e- d delegates to tho conventions, nnd these lend their support to the man who In their opinion stands tho best chance of defeating tho nominee of tho opposition party. two-third- Whooping Cough. preparn One of the most suci tions In use for this ilisea-.- e in S. W. Couch Uemcily. I'h.iin-bcrlaln'- cratlc-Itepubllca- u Opens With Prayer. con-slst- Of what do tho opening exercise ? Answer. There is nu opculng prayer, one day by a priest, nnother by a min- ister, various denominations receiving two-thir- recognition. Can you glvo tho exact modus operand! of tlio national convention? Answer. A temporary chairman Is nominated and makes an nddress. Fob lowing this Is the appointment of sec-- , ri'ttirles. clerks and other necessary officials, together with tho adoption of rules which are to govern thu business. Then thu committees among them those on credentials, resolutions und appointed permanent organization-nr- o and ndjoutiimont is taken to wait on their reports. What happens at tho next sitting? Answer. This usually unities tho permanent chairman, who speaks. Then tho report of tho resolutions committee, which contains thu platform or tho principles of tho party, Is read and ordinarily sustained. Then tho real business follows. Willys Attributes Highway Improvement to Motorcars. Ala., The awakening of public interest to Illandon Siirinus. wnti-s- , "Our babv had whoopirg cough the Importance of good roads In tills as bad as most any baby could have It. country was given its chief Impetus through of the automobile, I gave ti i lit Chamberlain's Couyh according the agency X. Willys, who has to .lohn " Remedy anil it .soon net him well made an exhaustive study of the good Obtainable everywhere. roads subject. "Tlie amount of money spent In this country last year on highway construcMOTOR ROAD IN MEXICO. tion amounted to approximately hut this huge expenditure was First Highway For Exclusive Use of more than olfset by the fact that laud Automobiles Recently Completed. were IncreasWhat is said to be tho first highway values in most localities 100 per cent for the exelaslvu use of automobiles ed anywhere from luo to If an ever built hi Mexico was recently fin- by the road Improvements. money is put Into road ished between Tamplco and l'anuco, a etpial amount of miles. It improvements each year for the next distance of about thirty-livwill bo Is Tor the use of motor trucks and ten years the United States aide to boast of more than a half milin extensive oil operanutoniobltes tions at l'anuco. The highway was lion miles ot good roads, representing ami an appreconstructed by the oil companies. Here- a cost of tofore transportation between l'anuco j ciation in land values of fully S'J.V and Taiupleo had been ly noais on ine OOO.OOO.UKI. "Tho big trunk lines, such as tho Linl'anuco river, compelllns; oil companies a maintain expensive fiasoline launch, coln highway and Dixie highway, never would have been started had It not so for their olllelals and other employees. Now n regular service of auto- been for the motorcar," says Mr. mobiles wilt be established between Willys. "And these two I believe tube but the forerunners of others that In tho two terminals. time will give tho United States as flue Tho country districts around Tain-plearo sadly lacklnj; in good roads, a system of highways ns can be found but it is expected that tills condition In tlio world. "What thu coming of tlio automobile will lie remedied rapidly. Many of tlio larger oil companies aro already has accomplished In the way of road spending considerable money in the Improvement work during tho last ten construction of roads for their private years Is nothing compared to what it will do In the future. When you stop use, and later many of these highway probably will bo connected and made to consider that there Is more than one Into a general system and thrown motor vehicle to every tlfty people in this country, It Is easy to understaud open to the public. Plans are also on foot for a modern the tremendous Interest taken In tho highway between Taiupleo and Mon- good roads movement. ''With over ',000,000 cars In use nt terey, more than nu.i miles, and also one between Monterey and Matamoras. the present tlmu and with an addion tho ltlo (Jraildo border, nbout UKS tional l.'.W.OOO planned for tho year miles. Tho states of Tamaullpas nnd 1010, It is only logical to believe that Nuevo Leon will aid thoso projects, in the years to cotno tho proportion of nud tho federal government is expect- good roads lu the United States will bo ed to aid. far in excess of what It is today," oful MOTOR INFLUENCE ON ROADS. COLONEL SLOCUM Right Hand Man of General Pershing. John N. "&z e o Pliolo by Aiuvrlcun 1'reMs Association. -- Drainage In Road Making. One of tho most Important problems connected with road construction is that ot coctirlng good drainage, says 1'rofessor II. C. Solberg of the Wisconsin State college. Ditches must be provided on both sides of the roadway for tho water to run In, with all pockets eliminated, else the roadbed Is subject to undermining by tho water. Wherever there Is a natural drain across tho road culverts of sullicleut size should Ih constructed unless there is ainplo slope to drain the water lengthwise to tho next culvert or bridge. Kxperlenco shows that the most durablo culverts re thoso constructed of concrete, provided tho work Is properly douo. "Golden Rod" The I The Emerson Show Boat F 7' ! Here" to be Saturday, June 10th Presenting a Real Musical Sensation With a first-clas- s, "Henpecked Henry" THE FUNNIEST 8HOW IN THE WORLD 15-S- ong 25--People--25 BEST DRESSED CHORUS IN THE WORLD Season's Biggest and But Musical Trial and an attraction thai is guaranteed Clean Moral and Refined A Hits 15 -- Timely, Topical Comedj Eipress, Filled Full of Prellj Girls, Catchy Songs, Noiel Dances and a Car Load of Norillies W. J. Piggott. Th P'ft news rf the o'lernt'ons on and Mrs. Miss Julia Lyons, of Louisville, vis Iho Tigris since the fnll of sent by Lieutenant General ited her parents last week, Sir IVrev Lake, commander of the Mrs. Sue Jolly spent Sunday with Ilritlsh forces In Mesopotamia, nl-- j her father, John Cox, nt Oakland, though It shows that the Turks are The following people attended the still holding the sannnyyatt position Friday on the left bank of the Tigris, whero boat show at Brandenburg the llrltish check mado It Impossible evening: Messrs. and Mcsdames Fred to carry out the of General Brlte, Newsom Gardner, W. B.Taylor, Both French and Germans As- Townshend, brings reliefwelcome but Win. Kendall; Misses Kllzabeth Cain, the astonishing Intelligence Hint a body tin Payne, Mary Alexander, Mary sume Aggressive, of Nubian cavalry, after an advent- N'evltt; Messrs Leslie Jones, Bruner, urous ride, has succeeded In Joining Hubert Lyons, Lewis Dennett Mare Gorrlnge's forces on the man, Harry Smith and Lon Cowley. General south bank of the Tigris. How this T. J. Adklsson's family have been GAINS important Junction wsis effected Is REPORT AUSTRIANS quite ill of ptomaine poison, caused by itlll unknown. Two raids by German aeroplanes eating ice cream. In the Russian Force' Joins British Troops on Dunkirk are nnnntin-ei- l. Mrs. Adele ConnllT and Miss Margafirst of these four persons were klllpd ret Connllf were In Louisville Thurson the Tigris River In Mesopotamia and llfteen vnundtvl. In th" serond day evening to atter.d the graduation s After An Adventurous Ride r. liitnilred bombs wore thrown on the exercises at the City Hospital Nurses' Direct Counter Offensive. suburbs of the cltv, killing several TValning School, of which Miss Nell children nml two soldiers and woundIn a series of Pari. May ConnitT is a graduate. ing some twenty persons. on both hanks of tliu Fifty-threMrs J. M. and sons will reallied aeroplanes nt Muuse. in which, hy turns, both Geronce carried out a reprisal bombard- turn from Lexington and Pottsville, mans anil French assumed the camps behind the Pa., this week. the French reoccnpled the ment of German bight front. E. K. Hnrdavvay, of Louisville, was Haudrmnont ipiarrlus on the bank of the Mense, which they Inst a in town Friday. month and recaptured two aKo. Bugs on Vegetables. Miss Lottie Bandy, of Hardinsburg, road trenches on the witn relatives Cucumber, tomato, and squash vines spent the week-enbetween fill 301 and the Hols D'Avo-cour- t, seem to be the feeding place for buss near town. on the left bank. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite were in The Germans mado a further Rain and worn but H. A. Thomas' Louse on I A .Mort Homme. In the course of Killer kllle them at or.e application. Louisville Tuesday. terrific lightlii;;, which is still in prog- We guarantee it. Wedding's Drug Messrs. and Mcsdames Scott Brown, ress all along the front from the Store. Medford Howard and Manuel Brooks D'A vocourt to the Meuse. Ilols spent Tuesday at Falls of Hough on a The attache delivered by tbe Gerfishing trip, IRVliNGTON. mans on the west bank of the river Krleods of Mrs. Margaret ChamberIncluded a heavy assault on the lain have received cards from her in French positions Just east of Hill 301, been Leon Lewis, of Louisville, has on tbe slopes of the ruvlno separating New York city, where she Is attending that hill from Ijt Mort Homme. The the truest of Misses Udlth Lewis and the Biennial of Women's Clubs. Airs. Hva Carrigan. assault sained for the attacking parChamberlain will visit relatives at ty a brief foothold in one of the first It A. Crider left Thursday for Lima, Oaio, before returning borne. line French trenches, but the success Aurora, III., to visit his son, Allen was only momentary and a counter Under. A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepattack recovered the post for the Mrs Nannie J. Wat'nen and Master sia and constipation weakens the French. George Piggott have returned from whole system. Tln Italians are directing a counDoan's Hegulets (25c Uper box) acts mildly on the liver and ter offensive against the Aiistrians Louisville and Peee Valley. Mrs. Manuel Brooks will entertain bowels. At all drug stores. who are seeking to drive through the Italian line in the region between the Thursday evening in honor of her Adlgo and the Astlco rivers. The niece, Miss Artie Crow, Kldoradu, III Austrian olliclal statement says the LODIBURG. Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Dowi.l and son, fighting on the Luvnroiie plateau has Robert Taylor, of Custer, visited increased In violence as a result o( Crider and Don ell last week. the Italian attacks. Miss Lorena OrendoriT, ol Webster, Arthur Payne returned from Furds-vil- le Further gains by the Austrian Saturday, after a month's stay visited her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Parks, last forces which have been attacking the week. Annentera ridge for .several days, with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tilford. Misses Mollie AdUUson and Eva have readied the summit, Vienna anIrvington baseball team crossed bats nounces, and the first line of the Italwith the likron team Saturday Sccie i'.iyoe visiied Mrs. H. C. Haddock, of ian trencbr on the Uivareno plateau (! to 0 in favor of Kkron. Irvington Webster, lat week, was penetrated. The Austrians are Mr. and Mrs. Towers, of Kryinire, boys are looking foi waid to a dlller-e- nt advancing toward Monte I'asublo and report next Saturday at Irvington, visited .Mr. and Mrs. Powers, of Holt, have occupied Anghobeni. Other gains announced by the AusA corps of Volunteers of America last Saturday and Sunday. MNs Mamie Adkisson visited Mrs. trians are the captures or C'ima Di visited our town Thursday and Friday, Laghl. the Clrna HI Mesole. and the They were en route to Cincinnati from Tom Lyddan, of Webster, last Saturday Tiorgola pass, from which the Ital- Nashville, whera have been and Sunday. thev ians were driven toward the south. stationed five years. They delivered Sam Adkisson was in Hardinsburg Vicuna announces that 3.0iid Italian two sermons. one day last weel-prisoners were taken. Mr. and Mrs (J D Brite have Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Brown were the A force or Russian cavalry has effrom Lou'svillc. guests of their aunt, Mrs. Mollie fected a luuetinn with British troops t, on tbe Tigris river, in Mesopotamia, of Brandenburg, last week. Miss Khza Piggott arrived from nccordlng to a dispatch from the Lexington Sunday evenir.g. .Miss Mollie Adkisson visited Mrs. R. She will commander of the Ilritlsh army. spi-na week with iter patents, Mr. IJ. Si. L'liiii one day last week. VERDUN BATTLE EXPERT TELLS FACTS ' ABOUT NEW RAGES WITH FURY HERBALSKIN BALM The manr suITtrers (mm lUn tortures that Itch, burn and pain will be clad to know that a new article that is made from Aaturei herbs, and will soothe end begin healing as noon ai applied lias been piven by science lor the relief of the many disheartened martyrs. lio is doine some speMr. It. J. Cramer, cial work with the American Jtedicine Lorn-iian- y hom you are at, libof Allentown and erty to address in care ot that firm, write I cave n box of 1VEX.MA to Smart SIJ Turner St., of this city, and Mr. McKirby lias just come to me with the following statement! 'I was troubled with, a rash all I have tried several over my arms and hand. remedies, but none seemed to have an v effect or benefit mc. I tried one box of DfcNW'i ..1... All.. Antvinr .lallv fnr n cek 1 am pleased to my that my skin is all cleared up and I heartily indorse and recommend this Uy fiilTer from unilnlu'ly eruptions or, the ruiinmic lire 01 j'.czcnu. cr ifnnilfTfiil wm, disco. cry new ...1... will at once stoi all sufturmsr ind bum to lical at oncrr r We arc the inly dniKguts in Hits town from whom D'EXMA, lUe (treat herbal balm, Ask us tuday. can be sicurcd. Saturday Excursion To AND RETURN VIA THE 'I Louisville L., H. & ST. L. RY. " Ital-lan- v Saturday, June 3, 1916 Leaves Fordsville 6 A. M., arrive Louisville 10:10 A. H. Returning leaves Louisville 7:30 P. M. Tickets are good on Special Train on date of sale only. No baggage will be checked Special Officers will be aboard train to maintain order. V FMH n. . U nahm.i:h hoiv rui ruiiueih iiiiui iiictnuu mot e Wedding's Drug Store. Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. W J. AdkUson, of Owensboro, was the guest of Mrs. W. N. Head last week. French and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. H. Avitt wetc dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Adkls'.ou last Sun- Hsnes-lluucou- d day. Jas. Roberts sold Bassett for 40. .1 nice cow to N ah i rnr int inriiTii Abtnl NINETY-NINT- H For any itchiness of the skin, for skin rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. I will open a HOLT ITEMS Of Wm. Henry Johnson Celebrated at His Home Near Gray-hampto- Barber Sho D busy n Farmers in this section are plowiuv; corn. Mi IN He Takes His First Automobile Ride. On May 9th, Win. Henry Johnson celebrated his 99th birthday at his home one-haHe mile from Grayliamptou is the father of eleven children, eight of grandwhom are now living; fifty-fiv- e lf Mioses Violet Robertson, Phrouia and Claudia Woosley were In Cloverport Mcs-dam- es children, sixty-fou- r and three great-gre- grandchildren. -- , . td Phil-put- Hulli'tin Mo. 2 hy We Are Opposing A Government Armor Plant To llic I'eople: Some people say tlutt thr? very fact that the Bethlehem Slrel Company is so aggressively fight.ng tin; proposal to build a Government armor plant is conclusive proof that the Company in seeking to assure for itself the "vast profits" derived from private manufacture. The fuel is that armor making is the. least profitable feature of steel iiiuiiufuclure. The reason we oppose a Covermnent plant is very simple. It is this: liven though there is hut little profit in the making of armor, we have invested over $7,000,000 in our armor plant; That plant is useless for any other purpose; if a Government plant is built the usefulness of our pluut is destroyed. It would beyond business for us to mnk; armor for the ment at any price; ovt?r Govern- ami above the actual .slut) cost, RATHER THAN SACRIFICE OUU ENTIKK INVESTMENT. We do not seek to save big profits; our purpose is very frankly to save our armor plant itself built solely for the use of the Cove rnment from going to the scrap heap. To do that, we lire prepared to ngrfor any period to liny Icrnm of manufacture which the Trade Commission shall Hay absolutely protects the Government - of the United Slates. CIIAH. M. SCIIWAII. Chairman MKil'.NK (J. (JltACK. 1'rr.i.Ieol Bethlehem Steel Company (ft Judge and Mrs. D. D. Dowell spent Monday night with Mrs. Wallace llrown Victor Smith was in Hartford last Louisville Stock Market. week. The local cattle market was steady on Harold Smith and sister, Miss Mildred, the best kinds ami lower on the common visited the Misses Meador at Custer Sun sold up and grassy sort Monday. Steers day. to fy a hundred, when nine head averA jolly party from Daviess county 1,287 pounds crossed the scales at aging motored through last week en route to that price. llest grade feeders and choice stockers Louisville for a visit. They lunched in were in strong demand, but the common the grove at D 11. Smith's. Ova Gray and family visited their sort were dull. Choice milch cows were cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lyon, at steady. Market on choice spring lambs were Cotistautiue recently. $11.50 and $i2; butchers' lambs, $7 ami Dr. Matthews was called to see Mrs, $9; seconds, $9 and $9 50; culls f 6$7. Dink Carman last week who is quite ill. Choice corn fed hogs, 165 pounds and We are glad to report that Mis. Tom up, $9.40; 120 to 165 pounds, $8 90; pigs, Dowell is improving. $1.35 and $8. io; roughs, $8,40 down. Mrs. Will Gardner was called Sunday to see her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Meyer, at Suits Instituted Against Webster, whose death is expected at any Hamlett and Sureties. time. Charlie Miller, of Kirk, called on Miss in the .State Fiscal Nannie Board Sunday. Suits were filed Mrs. Ivlla Mattiugly and daughter, Court by John C Dully, special assistant attorney general, fur the common- Miss Pearl Belle, were guests at Lounie wealth of Kentucky, on elation of At- Bool's Sunday. torney General M. M. Loan against Prayer meeting at the Baptist church Darksdale Hamlett, principal, and K. every Wednesday night. H. Vansant, Mis. Alyce Mayo, execuDates for the Sunday School Conven trix of the estate of John C. O. Mayo, tion have been changed to the 31st of and D. W. Gardner, sureties to recover June and 1st of July. a total of $01, "in, alleged due State Mrs. Lucy Hayues, Hzra Dowell and from Hamlett. The petition allegi that, as Superin- C. I). Dowell were Sunday guests at D. tendent of Public Instruction, Hamlett H Smith's. 1 Mr. Johnson is now living with his second wife who is seventj three years of age. The day was planned by the children basd and all gathered in with kets, and a bountiful dinner was spread. Later in the day Mr. and Mrs. Johnson A took their first automobile ride. splendid talk was made by Rev. Logs-do- n before the guests departed for their homes. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam liperson, Mr. and Mrs Tiny Pike and children, Mr and Mrs. Etnmett Johnson and grandson, Wm, Henry Johnson, Mrs Hli.a I'rather and son, Kddie, Mr and Mrs. Allen Miller and chidren, Mr. and Mrs. Ummett Miller and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur liperson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kperson, Miss Susie liperson, Mrs Ashburv lliggs and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom dill and Mr. and Mrs. b'rank Allen Mr. Johnson can relate many interesting stories of the long ago, when the steamboat was queen and the king of speed, never dreaming of the locomotive and the automobile. Will-filleox-ca- Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dutschke and two children, Herman and Marguriete, and little Catherine Shellman visited friends and relatives in Hardiusburg Saturday. Jimmie Frank and James Tinius were Sunday guests of Misses Donnie and Nannie Hale. Misses Violet Robertson, Catherine Riddle, Lucille and Marion Hardin were guests Sunday afternoon of Misses 1'hronia and Claudia Woosley. Hubert Hall of Louisville, is the guest of his parents here. The croquet party at Addison Saturday afternoon was enjoyed very much by the oung folks. Miss Mattie Black was in Stephens-por- t Wednesday. L. D. Addison was in Louisville last week. H. F. Shellman was in Cloverport CODYVILLE Thursday. May 25 I hope my friends and the public in general will favor me with as much of their patronage as they conveniently can. Respectfully, 4 JOHN A. NANCE. Saturday. Feel languid, weak, run down? Headache? Stomach "oil?" A fcood remedy Is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your druggist. Price $1.00. SELLING OUT To Stock up Again GARFIELD. Horn, to the wife of Jim Nichols, May 23, a girl. 4 cans Pork and Heans best brand Armour's Sale Soap, 2 bars 3 pounds canned Kraut for ORn ZOu jjg DUG 1C CAa Economy Breakfast squares J2) n Fish Flakes, better than fresh, ft 3 cans for ZOU Summer Underwear at BargaiV Prices Jesse Howard, Jr. Glen Dean, Ky. Louise Moorman visited her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory, last week. Mr ...,,1 TiT.o a win ..... mi... ....a. TV,.., nv.vi ....! ui uu 1 Mr. Grey's parents at Custer Sunday. Mrs. A. X, Kincheloe and son, i(th Maurice, spent Thursday night Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs. Brown tnd uatjy returned home with them to visit' for several days. unlawfully and wrongful)v and without A. Bullock, wife and daughter and Rev. Dellnrt failed to fill his appoint right or warrant of law received and Mr. and Mrs Tom Dowell spent Sunday ment Sunday on account of sickness In paid out money to the amount of $4,711. with Robert Pool and family. his home. --